Social Mood Conference | Socionomics Foundation

October 30, 2018

The Federal Reserve raised its benchmark rate three times this year and earned a public haranguing from President Trump. “I have a hot economy going,” he told the Wall Street Journal. But “every time we do something great, [Chairman Jerome Powell] raises the interest rates.” Asked what the biggest risk to the economy was, Trump replied: the Fed.

In this eye-opening article, socionomist Alan Hall shows you why rising rates are not the Fed’s “fault.” Social mood guides the Fed’s interest rates policy. When you monitor social mood’s manifestations, you too can anticipate the Fed’s future decisions.

Here’s how


If you look closely, you can see patterns in social mood that help you predict social trends. Learn more with the Socionomics Premier Membership.