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  • [Article] The Stock Market is not Physics – Part I

    [Article] The Stock Market is not Physics – Part I

    In the world of physics, action is followed by reaction. Most financial analysts, economists, historians, sociologists and futurists believe that society works the same way.

     
  • [Article] The Timing and Character of Investment Legislation

    [Article] The Timing and Character of Investment Legislation

    Professor Nofsinger reviewed all major investment legislation from the 1920s to present. He found that the character of each new investment law reflected the direction of the stock market prior to its enactment.

     
  • [Article] Another Example of a Link Between Nature’s Trees and Waves

    [Article] Another Example of a Link Between Nature’s Trees and Waves

    Since plotting an aspect of a stylized tree produces a stylized Elliott wave, we may reiterate the suspicion that plotting aspects of robust fractals in the form of arbora in nature is likely to produce robust fractals called Elliott waves, with all the natural order and variation that we have come to know from their expressions in financial markets.

     
  • [Article] A Socionomic View of Central Bank Causality

    [Article] A Socionomic View of Central Bank Causality

    Both supporters and critics of the Federal Reserve System agree that the first cause of paper money inflation and credit expansion in the U.S. since 1913 is the Fed. How does a socionomist respond to this assertion?