Social Mood Conference | Socionomics Foundation

December 15, 2016

Socionomic theory is relatively straightforward, but applying it can be a challenge.

Consider, for example, this news headline. It published before the November U.S. Presidential election, suggesting stocks will rise on a Clinton victory:

Hillary Clinton’s victory will lift global stock markets

And this one after the election:

Trump has unleashed the stock market’s ‘animal spirits’

Are some analysts making stuff up as they go?

Learn how to apply socionomics properly


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