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(New Podcast) Epic Anger Against A Music Trend Goes to A Baseball Game
Pop Trends, Price Culture is our free weekly podcast about the intersection of psychology and markets

By Editorial Staff
2/8/2016 4:30:00 PM

It had been a bear market for a lot of years. The headlines were a parade of scary bad news. People were so polarized that fan groups began to hate on each another's music... Listen to the new episode of our Pop Trends Price Culture podcast for more.

Filed Under: Bear market, Elliott wave, social mood, socionomics

Category: Socionomics


The Oregon Militia Standoff with FBI: Why Now?
Learn how anti-government extremism of the "Bundy Standoff" fits into the current social mood trend

By Nico Isaac
2/5/2016 3:15:00 PM

It goes without saying, radical extremists with incendiary ideas have always been a part of social landscape in America. But there are three aspects of the Bundy standoff that make it truly exceptional.

Filed Under: cultural trends, social mood, socionomics, socionomics summit

Category: Socionomics


Gene Stanley is The Puzzle Solver
Dr. H. Eugene Stanley is not your average physics professor

By Alyssa Hayden
2/3/2016 10:15:00 AM

Read about the work and research of the legendary econophysicist Dr. H. Eugene Stanley, keynote speaker of the upcoming 2016 Social Mood Conference.

Filed Under: social mood, socionomics, socionomics summit

Category: Socionomics


(New Podcast) Name That Fear Tune: What WERE You Afraid Of?
Pop Trends, Price Culture is our free weekly podcast about the intersection of psychology and markets

By Editorial Staff
2/1/2016 1:00:00 PM

Let's play "Name That Fear Tune." Listen to a couple of brief clips from a certain video presentation, and see if you can guess the topic behind the "fear tune." Hint: It's not the kind of dry documentary that's made for over-educated people...

Filed Under: cultural trends, Elliott wave, sentiment, social mood, socionomics

Category: Socionomics


Ch-Ch-Ch-Changes: See Tomorrow's Turns Today
Attend the 2016 Social Mood Conference and come face-to-face with the world's leading socionomic thinkers and practitioners

By Nico Isaac
2/1/2016 12:00:00 PM

The sixth annual 2016 Social Mood Conference puts you face-to-face with the world's leading socionomists. The best part is, you can get a front-row seat to hear their groundbreaking foresights into the radical sea changes in store for the entire human landscape. 

Filed Under: Bob Prechter, Elliott wave, social mood, socionomics, socionomics summit, The Socionomist

Category: Socionomics


Social Mood, Epidemics -- and the Threat to 2016 Olympics
An eye-opening update on the connection between social mood, the stock market and public health

By Vadim Pokhlebkin
1/26/2016 4:00:00 PM

This excerpt gives you a unique perspective on the rapid spread of the dangerous Zika virus. At least 20 cases have been confirmed in the U.S., plus nearly 4000 in Brazil. See the surprising connection between social mood, the stock market -- and public health.

Filed Under: Bob Prechter, Elliott wave, emerging markets, social mood, socionomics, The Socionomist

Category: Socionomics


(New Podcast) Political Prisoners That Even Positive Mood Could Not Set Free
Pop Trends, Price Culture is our free weekly podcast about the intersection of psychology and markets

By Editorial Staff
1/26/2016 10:30:00 AM

What happens when you speak against your country's decision to go to war? Nothing good, most of the time. The new episode of our Pop Trends, Price Culture tells a true tale of dissenters who were (so to speak) jailed by negative mood.

Filed Under: Elliott wave, politics, social mood, socionomics

Category: Socionomics


Q&A: Dennis Elam on How to Get Your Audience in the Mood
Professor, accountant and socionomist to speak at 6th Annual Social Mood Conference

By Editorial Staff
1/22/2016 10:15:00 AM

Dr. Elam recently spoke with the Socionomics Foundation about how he helps people understand and appreciate socionomics.

Filed Under: interview, social mood, socionomics

Category: Socionomics


(Interview, 2:39 min.) How Tracking Social Mood Helps You Prepare For The Future
Learn how social mood drives social action

By Erin Hindes
1/20/2016 11:30:00 AM

Chuck Thompson, senior researcher at the Socionomics Institute, discusses socionomics and the monthly newsletter, The Socionomist.

Filed Under: interview, The Socionomist, video, Video - FRUP

Category: Socionomics


Legal Marijuana: Why NOW?
A socionomic look at the timing of marijuana legalization

By Vadim Pokhlebkin
1/19/2016 7:30:00 PM

Twenty-three states (and D.C.) have now legalized marijuana in some form. Have you ever asked yourself why marijuana laws got more lax now? Why not 20 years ago? Why not 10 years from now? Is it "today's loose morals"? There is a better explanation.

Filed Under: Bear market, bull market, Elliott wave, , marijuana, sentiment, social mood, socionomics

Category: Socionomics


New Podcast: The Political Mood That Made Two Men "Best of Enemies"
Pop Trends, Price Culture is our free weekly podcast about the intersection of psychology and markets

By Editorial Staff
1/12/2016 2:45:00 PM

In 1968, anyone with a sense of American politics and history knew that they were living in a uniquely tumultuous time. Then, in August '68 came the epic, mood-driven debates between two men -- William F Buckley Jr. and Gore Vidal -- that created "The Best of Enemies."

Filed Under: Elliott wave, politics, popular culture, social mood, socionomics

Category: Socionomics


(New Podcast) "Elvis, Frankenstein and Andy Warhol"
Pop Trends, Price Culture is our free weekly podcast about the intersection of psychology and markets

By Editorial Staff
12/7/2015 4:00:00 PM

When and where did a national audience first read about popular culture and the stock market? This episode of Pop Trends, Price Culture answers that question, and spells out why the insight about social mood is more relevant today than ever.

Filed Under: Elliott wave, investment decisions, investment strategy, investor psychology, Robert Prechter, sentiment, social mood, socionomics, U.S. STOCK MARKET

Category: Socionomics


(Chart of the Day, 3:53 min.) Negative Social Mood Drives Combatants in the Syrian Conflict
This chart does reveal an insight you will not get elsewhere about the war in Syria.

By Tyler Robert
11/19/2015 4:30:00 PM

Syria is at the top of any serious list of today's "biggest problems." Not just because of Syria's nearly five-year war. Not just for being the bloodiest example of how "The Arab Spring" became "The Arab Winter"... 

Filed Under: Elliott wave, social mood, socionomics, video, Video - Featured

Category: Socionomics


(New Podcast) Why Financial Opposites Were Crowned as Equals
Pop Trends, Price Culture is our free weekly podcast about the intersection of psychology and markets

By Robert Folsom
11/4/2015 4:15:00 PM

Can two economists from opposing schools of thought share the Nobel Prize in the same year? They can … and they did. Yet this mixed-up decision becomes clear when you see it as a story about mixed mood.

Filed Under: Elliott wave, social mood, socionomics, video, Video - FRUP

Category: Socionomics


Q&A 3: Kendall Hints at 1 WTC's "Stacked Socionomic History"
Writer, researcher and seasoned socionomist to lead a walking tour of America's social mood epicenter

By Alyssa Hayden
8/18/2015 10:45:00 AM

Pirates, mobs and skyscrapers -- all important (and socionomically-significant) pieces of Wall Street's history. Watch our third and final installment in Peter's interview series about his upcoming tour of Wall Street to learn more.

Filed Under: interview, Peter Kendall, social mood, socionomics

Category: Socionomics


(Podcast, New Episode) Markets vs. Fed -- Big Sugar -- History’s Hidden Engine
Pop Trends, Price Culture is our new, free, weekly podcast about the intersection of psychology and markets

By Editorial Staff
8/14/2015 2:00:00 PM

The new episode of our Pop Trends Price Culture podcast (free on iTunes and other players) focuses on three topics: 1) "Who’s REALLY Calling the Shots -- The Market or the Fed?", 2) "Big Sugar," and 3) "History’s Hidden Engine ." Listen.

Filed Under: Elliott wave, Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC), monetary policy, U.S. Federal Reserve (the Fed), U.S. STOCK MARKET

Category: Socionomics


Q&A 2: Kendall Tells How This One-Time-Only Walking Tour Will Help You "See the Whole Picture"
Writer, researcher and seasoned socionomist to lead a walking tour of America's social mood epicenter

By Alyssa Hayden
7/31/2015 9:15:00 AM

In part 2 of Pete's interview about his upcoming tour of Wall Street, you'll hear about the history of the Charging Bull sculpture and the New York Stock Exchange -- two stops along Pete's walk -- and how the current social mood peak is etched into the stonework of New York City.

Filed Under: interview, Peter Kendall, social mood, socionomics

Category: Socionomics


(New Podcast, Free on iTunes) Iran vs. U.S.: What Makes Mortal Enemies Make Nice?
Pop Trends, Price Culture is our new, free, weekly podcast about the intersection of psychology and markets

By Editorial Staff
7/17/2015 4:00:00 PM

To “demonize the enemy” is a staple of war propaganda. But, you don’t need a war to call your enemy demonic. Case in point, the U.S. and Iran for the past 35 years -- as in, “Great Satan” vs. “Axis of Evil.” Listen to this week’s Pop Trends Price Culture episode for more.

Filed Under: Elliott wave, politics, social mood, socionomics, U.S. STOCK MARKET

Category: Socionomics


Q&A Part 1: Peter Kendall on Why His Walk Down Wall Street "Will Be Powerful"
Writer, researcher and seasoned socionomist to lead a walking tour of America's social mood epicenter

By Alyssa Hayden
7/16/2015 11:15:00 AM

"New York City has a history of progressing very dramatically along the lines of bull and bear markets." So says Peter Kendall, who is leading a socionomic walking tour of Wall Street and Lower Manhattan on September 8. Watch as Peter explains more.

Filed Under: interview, Peter Kendall, social mood, socionomics

Category: Socionomics


(Podcast, Free on iTunes) Marijuana, 8 Presidents, 1 Neurosurgeon - and Social Mood
Pop Trends, Price Culture is our new, free, weekly podcast about the intersection of psychology and markets

By Editorial Staff
7/9/2015 5:15:00 PM

Why did a sitting U.S. president go on TV to show American a big bag of crack cocaine – literally? And what made a later president drop the phrase “War On Drugs” from his vocabulary? Good questions! Here are some good answers. Listen.

Filed Under: Elliott wave, marijuana, social mood, socionomics

Category: Socionomics



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