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The 2013 Social Mood Conference: Speaker Alan Hall

By Clifford Smith
Mon, 14 Jan 2013 11:15:00 ET
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The 2013 Social Mood Conference is coming to Atlanta -- and bringing with it some of the brightest financial minds and researchers in the world.  Join Robert Prechter -- who pioneered the study of social mood and the science of socionomics -- and a host of innovative, groundbreaking practitioners, researchers and other like-minded attendees at this memorable annual event. 

Foremost among them is the Institute’s own Alan Hall. Alan received his degree in Fine Arts from Berry College, graduating into the world of the 1970s bear market. His range of job experiences includes decades as a custom homebuilder/designer. 

He began studying Elliott wave analysis and socionomics after meeting Bob Prechter in 1995. Alan's grasp of socionomics made it easy for him to recognize the escalating housing mania, thus in 2004 he closed his building business and soon joined the EWI staff as a writer.

If you’ve ever read an issue of our monthly publication The Socionomist, you likely know his work already — Alan wrote the lead articles for the inaugural issues of The Socionomist in May and June 2009, and has since authored socionomic studies on Russia, European housing, war, stocks and commodities, commodity prices and environmentalism, epidemics, eugenics, secessionism and authoritarianism.

Both of the first two conferences drew rave reviews from speakers and attendees alike.  Join us on April 13, 2013 for a conference that will put you on the cutting edge of socionomic research! 

Learn more about the upcoming Conference >>

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