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Robert Prechter

  • [Video] Socionomics: A New Perspective on Social Causality

    [Video] Socionomics: A New Perspective on Social Causality

    The topic of “The Future” has always fascinated humanity. But results consistently show that the practice of Futurism is deeply flawed. What is the error in the usual approach, and is there a better alternative?

     
  • [Article] The Sunspot Cycle and Stocks

    [Article] The Sunspot Cycle and Stocks

    Why does the stock market typically peak before sunspots do? One very plausible explanation is that the collective tendency to speculate peaks out along with the rate of change in sunspot activity.

     
  • Press Room | Robert Prechter

    Press Room | Robert Prechter

    Robert Prechter Executive Director, The Socionomics Institute Robert R. Prechter is known for developing a theory of social causality called socionomics, for developing a new theory of finance and for his long career applying and enhancing R.N. Elliott’s model of financial pricing called the Wave Principle. Prechter has developed a […]

     
  • [Article] Social Mood Regulates the Popularity of Stars: The Beatles

    [Article] Social Mood Regulates the Popularity of Stars: The Beatles

    In this exhaustive report from Robert Prechter, you will discover that social mood drives not only market movement, but also the fame, fortune and fallout of the most iconic band in history.

     
  • [Article] Socionomics in a Snap

    [Article] Socionomics in a Snap

    Read an in-depth interview with Robert R. Prechter, Jr., founder of the Socionomics Institute. “I always feel that it’s taking too long for people to discover socionomics. But when I review the latest developments, I realize that progress is coming along nicely.”

     
  • [Article] Where I Believe Socionomics is Heading

    [Article] Where I Believe Socionomics is Heading

    In a full question and answer interview, Mark Almand and Robert Prechter walk you through the development of socionomic thought from news headlines to the academic chalkboards. This issue also delves into new theoretical insights including a detailed chart of the structure of socionomic theory that puts all the pieces in place.

     
  • [Article] The Wave Principle Delineates Phases of Social Caution and Ebullience

    [Article] The Wave Principle Delineates Phases of Social Caution and Ebullience

    This multi-decade study sketches a broad guide for anticipating phases in wealth-related social action. Robert Prechter and Alan Hall team up to discuss how four cyclical phases of social psychology influence attitudes on tax rates, financial regulation, relative financial wages, credit market debt, and wealth inequality.

     
  • [Audio] 10 Minutes with Robert Prechter

    [Audio] 10 Minutes with Robert Prechter

    Peabody Award-winning journalist Don Shelby interviews Robert Prechter about the herding impulse, social mood, the financial bailout and the media. Click the play button to listen to this interview originally broadcast on WCCO radio. Running Time: 10 min 21 sec

     
  • The Financial/Economic Dichotomy in Social Behavioral Dynamics

    The Financial/Economic Dichotomy in Social Behavioral Dynamics

    This landmark paper by Robert Prechter and Wayne Parker, PhD., proposes a new model of finance.

     
  • [Article] Does the Wave Principle Subsume All Valid Technical “Chart Patterns”? Part III

    [Article] Does the Wave Principle Subsume All Valid Technical “Chart Patterns”? Part III

    Part III of Robert Prechter’s “Does the Wave Principle Subsume All Valid Technical ‘Chart Patterns’?”