Social Mood

Changes in social mood precede changes in the markets, the economy, politics and more. Understanding this insight equips you to anticipate major shifts in trends and capitalize on lucrative opportunities before most people see them coming. View the items below to learn more. 

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North Korean Conflict Makes Sense Socionomically

Concerned about N Korea? Who isn't, right? It is possible to understand the engine behind its seemingly crazy maneuverings. Watch part one of Matt Lampert and Chuck Thompson's three-part conversation.

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Read an Excerpt from Chapter 1, "The Myth of Shocks"

The Socionomic Theory of Finance draws a crucial distinction between finance and economics and ties both fields to human social behavior. In time, STF will transform the thinking of every individual in the world of finance. Read Chapter One "The Myth Of Shocks" -- free.

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  • Terrorism, Markets and ... Facial Recognition Jun 19

    Most of us can recognize a face instantly, and remember it for years. So why do so many of us fail to recognize what actually drives financial markets ... and likewise fail to remember the counterintuitive facts we learn?

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  • Fog of War, Overgrown Ivory, and "Fuzzy Thinking" Jun 12

    "Fuzzy thinking" is an especially debilitating influence of negative mood -- because, obviously, thought precedes action and ... well, you know how the sentence ends:

    Actions are unfocused if the preceding thoughts are fuzzy.

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History's Hidden Engine

This documentary uses pop songs, news footage and cultural images to explore how social mood drives trends in movies, music, fashion, economics, politics, the media and even the stock market.

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Socionomics Explained

Robert Prechter discusses the socionomic insight and explains how he developed the theory in this engaging interview.

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Read an Excerpt from Chapter 1, "The Myth of Shocks"

The Socionomic Theory of Finance draws a crucial distinction between finance and economics and ties both fields to human social behavior. In time, STF will transform the thinking of every individual in the world of finance. Read Chapter One "The Myth Of Shocks" -- free.

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North Korean Conflict Makes Sense Socionomically

Concerned about N Korea? Who isn't, right? It is possible to understand the engine behind its seemingly crazy maneuverings. Watch part one of Matt Lampert and Chuck Thompson's three-part conversation.

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Robert Prechter

Robert Prechter Talks About Elliott Waves and Socionomics

Avi Gilburt of ElliottWaveTrader.net conducted a thoughtful interview with Bob Prechter recently. We thought you'd like to see it.

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Marijuana ETF Confirms a Long Standing Socionomic Forecast

Years ago, EWI predicted that marijuana would eventually be legalized. Today, that prediction is a reality in some U.S. states. Find out about a new marijuana-themed ETF.

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What Social Mood Can Tell Us About North Korea

Socionomics Institute Senior Analyst Chuck Thompson talks about the history of North Korean aggression and nuclear capabilities and the country's current belligerent posturing.

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Dutch Election: Should the Populists Pack Up and Go Home?

Alexandra Lienhard interviews Matt Lampert on the results of the Dutch election and the future of politics in Europe.

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Anticipate major social changes. Make informed decisions. Gain an edge in your marketplace.

The Socionomist is the only monthly publication that offers you practical insights on the relationship between social mood, cultural trends and the markets. Each issue warns you about big societal changes before they can harm you and reveals breakthrough opportunities emerging from trends in society.