Learn the latest research about social mood and socionomics. See and hear the 2014 conference presenters onstage at the podium – as attendees did!
The Social Mood Conference is held each April in Atlanta, GA to a packed house. This video allows you to watch the entire 2014 conference on-demand. Just as attendees did, you too come away newly equipped to capitalize on trends and turns months or even years before they happen.
You can watch and re-watch the presentations as often as you want. All the slides and charts from the presenters are available for you to download. Many of the slides are memorable on their own for the power of the story they tell.
The 2014 Social Mood Conference covers an amazing amount of ground. When you see and hear it for yourself, you'll understand why people keep coming back. Forty percent of the attendees of the 2014 event were joining us for their second, third and even fourth time.
Watch as Dave Allman -- Elliott Wave International's "resident skeptic" for more than 30 years -- opens the conference with an address that basically asks: Does socionomic analysis deliver on the promise of "big multiples for early adopters"? His answer amounts to a clear "Oh Yes," via the real-world examples of crypto-currency and pot stocks. The socionomic insight does help spot historic investment opportunities, if you have the chutzpah to act on them. (Not many people do.)
Then Dave turns the podium over to Robert Prechter, who reminds us of Newton's First Law of Motion: An object keeps on doing what it's doing, unless acted upon by an external force -- a linear law of physics that certainly applies to inanimate objects. Yet Bob goes on to explain that most people are unable to anticipate major trend changes because they assume that Newton's First Law of Motion applies to human social behavior.
From there, Bob's powerful presentation covers the growing demand for socionomic-minded researchers, thinkers, investors and practitioners around the world. His insights leave your brain a little bigger.
Each of the nine presenters following Bob deliver their address to you from the stage -- just as they did for conference attendees. You'll see: