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Alan Hall

  • [Article] The New Global Bull Market in Socialism

    [Article] The New Global Bull Market in Socialism

    Extremes in negative social mood portend a rise in socialist literature and a desire for the power over people.

     
  • [Audio] Part II: Alan Hall on Epidemic Disease

    [Audio] Part II: Alan Hall on Epidemic Disease

    Socionomist Alan Hall continues his discussion with radio journalist Tom Jeffries about negative social mood and epidemics. Part II explores how changes in mood impact human immunity. Hall discusses potential threats on the horizon and provides charts that illustrate the timing of epidemics and their similarity to financial manias. Running […]

     
  • [Audio] Russia, Elections and Fractals

    [Audio] Russia, Elections and Fractals

    Listen as the Socionomics Institute’s Alan Hall explores Russia’s military activities, the U.S. election and the ubiquity of fractals in the second installment of his interview series with veteran journalist Tom Jeffries on CKNW radio. Running Time: 7 min 27 sec Download Audio (MP3)  

     
  • [Audio] Sizing Up a Superpower: A Socionomic Conversation About Russia

    [Audio] Sizing Up a Superpower: A Socionomic Conversation About Russia

    In his November 2007 special report, analyst Alan Hall forecasted a decline in Russian social mood, a top in the Russian market and increased conflict along Russia’s borders. Furthermore, he identified Georgia as a likely hot spot for violence. Nine months later, mood had plummeted, the Russian market index was […]

     
  • [Audio] Harvard Medical School and the New England Journal of Medicine Weigh-in on the Obesity Crisis – It’s a Virus!

    [Audio] Harvard Medical School and the New England Journal of Medicine Weigh-in on the Obesity Crisis – It’s a Virus!

    What causes obesity? Apparently fat friends  — you catch it from them like a virus – or at least that is what a Harvard Medical School professor has published in the New England Journal of Medicine. Socionomics has some ideas on the subject, too. Unconscious social mood and herding are […]

     
  • [Audio] Samurai’s and Sex Camps – What’s Going on in Japan and Russia?

    [Audio] Samurai’s and Sex Camps – What’s Going on in Japan and Russia?

    A lot of negative mood, that’s for sure.  In Japan the samurai warriors of the past and kamikaze pilots of World War II are being glorified. Russia is instituting sex camps for teenagers and has claimed the North Pole for the Fatherland.  How does negative social mood affect demographics, which […]

     
  • [Audio] Backlash Against the Wealthy Goes Global

    [Audio] Backlash Against the Wealthy Goes Global

    Wow, first outsourcing of middle class jobs went global. Now, the anger at the wealthy that benefited from the outsourcing has gone global, too.  From the U. S. to Europe and points beyond, the middle classes in so-called “rich” countries are calling for taxes on the wealthy and caps on […]

     
  • [Audio] The Differences in Financial and Economic Decision Making

    [Audio] The Differences in Financial and Economic Decision Making

    Socionomics teaches us that people behave differently when making a financial decision to buy a stock or a home as compared to making an economic decision to buy a pair of shoes or a loaf of bread. Understanding the difference can have a huge impact on one’s success in the […]

     
  • [Audio] Corn, Ethanol and Hysteria

    [Audio] Corn, Ethanol and Hysteria

    Does using corn for energy make sense? Is common sense or hysteria behind this aspect of the green movement? Corn prices affect a very large percentage of the foods we eat and food inflation is rising. Socionomics helps us understand why the corn to energy movement is gaining in popularity. […]

     
  • [Audio] Did Alan Greenspan Fiddle While the Subprime Mortgage Market Burned?

    [Audio] Did Alan Greenspan Fiddle While the Subprime Mortgage Market Burned?

    Residential mortgage foreclosures are skyrocketing. The subprime sector of the market is being particularly hard hit. Even worse, did the artificial demand created by hocus pocus financing inflate the price you paid for your house? Knowledge of Socionomics and the Wave Principle can help keep these types of things from […]