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

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

    Another Example of Rationalization, Ripped from the Headlines.

     
  • [Article] The Human Social Experience Forms a Fractal

    [Article] The Human Social Experience Forms a Fractal

    This essay by Robert R. Prechter, Jr. originally appeared in: The Colours of Infinity. Clarke, Arthur C., et al (2004).  UK: Clearpress, pp. 128-139 View PDF   R.N. Elliott’s Discovery In the 1930s, Ralph Nelson Elliott discovered that aggregate stock market prices trend and reverse in recognizable patterns. In a […]

     
  • [Article] Saddam Hussein’s Capture

    [Article] Saddam Hussein’s Capture

    So in the face of abundant evidence to the contrary, why does the media (and much of Wall Street) still embrace the myth that news moves markets?

     
  • [Article] Predicting Economic and Monetary Trends

    [Article] Predicting Economic and Monetary Trends

    How does one apply socionomic techniques to economic forecasting? A socionomist knows that the stock market is a meter of social mood, which is the engine of social progress and regress. Therefore, the current-time change in the stock market is an immensely useful indicator of upcoming economic change.

     
  • [Article] Toward a New Understanding of Growth and Recession, Boom and Depression

    [Article] Toward a New Understanding of Growth and Recession, Boom and Depression

    Since the Great Depression, we have had immense improvements in science and technology. Given seven additional decades of data collection and progress in econometric techniques, one might presume that the forecasting tools of macroeconomics have become vastly more effective than their predecessors of 1929. Yet as recently as 1988, some leading economists went on the record about the profession’s lack of progress.

     
  • [Article] Stocks and Sex: A Socionomic View of Demographic Trends

    [Article] Stocks and Sex: A Socionomic View of Demographic Trends

    The fundamental observation of the new science of socionomics is that social mood, which is patterned according to the Wave Principle, is the generator of social action, be it economic, political or cultural. The key insight of socionomics is that the direction of causality between social mood and social action is precisely the opposite of that which is almost universally presumed; the former dictates the character of the latter, not vice versa.