SOC | The Socionomist
Editor: Robert Prechter
Published since: 2009
Scope: Medium to long term
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The Socionomist is THE publication that reveals the vitally important issues about life, finances, family, law, politics, the economy, war and peace and more – the issues that should be on your radar right now.
Robert Prechter’s socionomic theory – that social mood drives social events, not the other way around – stands at the center of what has become one of the most expolsive and eye-catching fields of study in the social sciences.
Under development since the 1970s, the socionomic premise was first brought to the spotlight with the 1985 Barron’s cover article, "Elvis, Frankenstein and Andy Warhol." Today, thousands of academics, professionals, traders and investors use this research to ask and answer important questions about society every single day.
The Socionomist delivers these otherwise elusive answers to you each month. This is the publication that the true leading-edge thinkers pay attention to. The influencers who realize that understanding social mood is the key to anticipating and benefitting from the character and course of the future.
What you will read in The Socionomist can literally mean the difference between surviving and prospering in the changing times ahead.
Your financial independence, personal freedoms and physical safety – The Socionomist keeps you ahead of major societal shifts that intersect with your life.
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Recent issues have alerted subscribers to groundbreaking social mood research on trends in:
War and peace
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Tap into the world's social mood research with one convenient monthly publication.
The Socionomist brings together the latest social mood research from around the globe – including our very own socionomists here at the Socionomics Institute, a division of Elliott Wave International – into one convenient monthly publication.
You will read original research and commentary from the Institute’s own Founder and President Robert Prechter as well as our full-time socionomists.
Original research and commentary from regular contributors:
In addition to the original research and analysis we produce exclusively for The Socionomist, the editors distill for you the latest social mood research from around the globe.
Recent issues have featured the work of:
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Uncover the trends that matter right now.
Each issue of The Socionomist delivers a uniquely valuable perspective on the social trends you need to know about right now – the trends that will shape your tomorrow.
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The scope is wide, the content profound and the relevance universal. Whether you're an investor, educator, community leader or business owner, The Socionomist will reveal social trends that matter in your life.
Here are just a few examples of what subscribers read about in The Socionomist – before they happened in reality.
Mood in the Middle East was weeks ahead of the violence and shockwaves of protest that changed the political landscapes of Egypt, Tunisia, Yemen and beyond.
Authoritarianism forecasted increased Internet regulations and warned of a possible cyber war months ahead of the Wikileaks controversy and SOPA and PIPA initiatives. It also warned of unprecedented new forms of government control. Since then, news stories include secret GPS controls on cars, airport pat-downs, document checks on domestic U.S. train travel, the growing use of domestic drones, and US Federal indictment of journalists for doing their jobs.
The Coming Collapse of a Modern Prohibition anticipated escalating violence surrounding the War on Drugs and the resulting growth of social tolerance toward marijuana use. Soon after, two American states legalized recreational marijuana use, other states legalized medicinal use, and socionomics-minded speculators were presented with once-in-a-lifetime investment opportunities still unfolding today.
How Comparing Sectors Reveals Underlying Social Mood and Helps You Invest Better, a presentation by HSBC Head of Technical Analysis Murray Gunn, shows you how to use socionomics to make winning investment decisions.
The Developing European Tinderbox prepared investors months ahead of the biggest story in Europe: the re-kindling of old international hostilities and the possible dissolution of the euro. This macro trend is still unfolding today.
Escalating Threats in Cyberspace forecast the rise of “more prevalent and increasingly vicious” computer viruses. Several months later, the “Stuxnet” virus reportedly infected Iran’s nuclear facilities. A follow-up article in The Socionomist cited reliable sources who described Stuxnet as “the best malware ever.”
The Education Bubble predicted the coming massive overhead of higher education in America and elsewhere and anticipates the emergence of alternative avenues for higher education – two vital issues savvy educators and entrepreneurs can prepare for right now.
Judging from the prescient insights published in its relatively brief existence, The Socionomist is an enormous success – garnering coverage from journalists who "get it" at respected media outlets such as:
By in large, however, the mainstream press cannot bring you these insights themselves. They typically cover what has already happened and extrapolate it into the future. It’s the same tendency that causes Wall Street, the government and the military to habitually miss seismic shifts in the financial, political and social landscapes around the world and even right under their own noses.
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When we launched The Socionomist in 2009, we set out to create a publication you can count on to forecast radical changes – changes that may prove vital to your ability to survive and thrive today and in the coming years.
With your risk-free subscription, you will also gain instant access to the full Socionomist archives – that amounts to nearly five years of monthly publications, including all of the topics above and many, many more.
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