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  • [Article] Science is Revealing the Mechanism of the Wave Principle – An Unconscious Herding Impulse

    [Article] Science is Revealing the Mechanism of the Wave Principle – An Unconscious Herding Impulse

    Robert Prechter explains that the human unconscious is thus disposed toward patterns of behavior that reflect the Wave Principle.

     
  • [Mood Riffs] FBI Raids Uncover an Ugly Truth: Slavery Persists in America

    [Mood Riffs] FBI Raids Uncover an Ugly Truth: Slavery Persists in America

    Since 2003, the FBI’s “Operation Cross-Country” program has rescued almost 3,000 teens from

     
  • [Mood Riffs] Slaven-Eleven

    [Mood Riffs] Slaven-Eleven

    A federal investigation of ten 7-Eleven stores found “a modern day plantation system”

     
  • [Article] What Socionomics Says about the Timing of the Next World War

    [Article] What Socionomics Says about the Timing of the Next World War

    If EWI’s outlook is correct, then, World War III is unlikely to commence until after…

     
  • Public Mood

    Public Mood

    The term Public Mood is synonymous with Social Mood. For more information, visit this article.

     
  • [Article] The Wave Principle Governs the Growth and Decline of the Slave Trade

    [Article] The Wave Principle Governs the Growth and Decline of the Slave Trade

    Alan Hall recently examined a large, newly released volume of data on the transatlantic slave trade. There he discovered — much to his surprise — a massive Elliott wave tracing back hundreds of years. His article explains the pattern, and explores the questions that must follow such a remarkable discovery. Namely: “Why?”, and “Doesn’t this suggest what may be next in the unfortunate history of slavery?”

     
  • [Article] A Socionomic View of War, Stocks and Commodities

    [Article] A Socionomic View of War, Stocks and Commodities

    Instead of asking how war affects the economy, stocks or commodities, the socionomist asks, “How do fluctuations in social mood affect the prices of stocks and commodities, the strength of the economy and the likelihood of war?” This non-conventional approach to causality eliminates conflicting assumptions and rationalizations, and provides the simplest explanation of the available data.

     
  • The Elliott Wave Principle

    The Elliott Wave Principle

    The Wave Principle is Ralph Nelson Elliott’s model of financial market index price movements. Elliott described how recurring patterns in price movements link together to form larger versions of those same structures. In a nutshell, Elliott discovered that financial market price patterns form a fractal. He detailed the component structures […]

     
  • Social Mood

    Social Mood

    Social mood is a shared mental state among humans that arises from social interaction. Social mood predisposes individuals in the group toward emotions, beliefs and actions. It fluctuates constantly in a fractal pattern. It is unconscious, unremembered and endogenously regulated. Socionomic theory proposes that social mood governs the character of social […]

     
  • Socionomics Explained

    Socionomics Explained

    Get an introduction from this interactive interview with Robert Prechter, Executive Director of the Socionomics Institute.