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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Alan Hall: Political Fragmentation: Why Now? Part One

Check out the political landscape. Why is PC on its way out and anger and separatism on their way in? What, if anything, does this say about the markets?

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For James Bond, Success Is a Matter of Mood

The James Bond film franchise launched in 1962, and its performance over five decades provides an opportunity to gauge the effects of social mood on changing consumer preferences for heroes and villains.

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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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Political Fragmentation: Why Now? Part Two

Political fragmentation is becoming the new normal on both sides of the pond. Where's the trend headed? Watch Part Two of this interview with socionomist Alan Hall to learn more.

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Alan Hall: Political Fragmentation: Why Now? Part One

Check out the political landscape. Why is PC on its way out and anger and separatism on their way in? What, if anything, does this say about the markets?

 Watch Now

Bathroom Rights and Marijuana Legalization: Events Reflect a Mixed Mood

The June 2016 issue of The Socionomist highlights a mix of positive and negative social expressions across the U.S.

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For James Bond, Success Is a Matter of Mood

The James Bond film franchise launched in 1962, and its performance over five decades provides an opportunity to gauge the effects of social mood on changing consumer preferences for heroes and villains.

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What Does The Stock Market Have to Do With Health?

Socionomics Institute Senior Researcher Alan Hall presented his research connecting declines in stock market indexes to infectious disease outbreaks at the University of Warwick's Mood Conference on May 6.

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Dems vs. Reps: Stocks Don't Care Who Wins

Socionomics Institute Director Matt Lampert recently presented his elections research at the University of Warwick. Learn why stock market performance is a significant predictor of how incumbents fare in their re-election bids.

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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.