Alan Hall, senior analyst for The Socionomist, links these events
Socionomics is a science of financial and social forecasting that studies the phenomenon we call “social mood,” and how social mood motivates social actions.
Negative social mood manifests itself via stock market declines, radical politics — or even war. For example, socionomists say that the negative mood driving the 1930s bear market in stocks also produced figures like Stalin and Hitler, as well as the Holocaust and even Hiroshima.
Learn more about Alan Hall’s journey to studying social mood and how it shapes negative — and positive — events.
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