Social Mood Conference  |  Socionomics Foundation

2020

  • See THREE Dow Levels You Need to Know to Predict the 2020 Election

    See THREE Dow Levels You Need to Know to Predict the 2020 Election

    Those who think stock prices move rationally in response to news must find themselves entwined in a ball of confusion. The economy is in recession, unemployment’s in double digits, unrest flows through the streets, a global pandemic resurges… yet stock prices have soared. The truth is that stock prices aren’t regulated by news or even, as you’ll discover in this video clip, economic fundamentals and valuation benchmarks.

     
  • A New Middle East?

    A New Middle East?

    Israel signs peace pacts with neighbors. Will the Palestinians be next?

     
  • Mood—The Right Mood

    Mood—The Right Mood

    The trailer for the new James Bond film comes at an opportune time.

     
  • What the Heck is Going on in the Stock Market?

    What the Heck is Going on in the Stock Market?

    Those who think stock prices move rationally in response to news must find themselves entwined in a ball of confusion. The economy is in recession, unemployment’s in double digits, unrest flows through the streets, a global pandemic resurges… yet stock prices have soared. The truth is that stock prices aren’t regulated by news or even, as you’ll discover in this video clip, economic fundamentals and valuation benchmarks.

     
  • Discover Why We’re Living in an Age of Turbulence

    Discover Why We’re Living in an Age of Turbulence

    Why can’t we all just get along? And why does civic life these days seem to be anything but business as usual? The answers to these questions reveal something profound about the social mood trend, with implications for what to expect in the financial markets, the economy, politics and beyond.

     
  • Basketball Bounces Back

    Basketball Bounces Back

    Basketball’s playoffs appeared to be in jeopardy until teams decided to resume play. Learn more about the sport’s connection to social mood.

     
  • Nukes, Hackers and Germs: North Korea’s Expanding War Capabilities

    Nukes, Hackers and Germs: North Korea’s Expanding War Capabilities

    North Korea is still enriching uranium for nuclear weapons. What has influenced its varying levels of aggression since the end of World War II?

     
  • Firearm Fever

    Firearm Fever

    Purchases of guns in the U.S. are soaring. Socionomists have identified a connection between fear and gun sales during negative-mood trends.

     
  • Sorry Honey, I’m Not in the Mood

    Sorry Honey, I’m Not in the Mood

    Researchers say Earth is unprepared for a global population crash that will have “jaw dropping” consequences. Birth rates are regulated by social mood.

     
  • Why the Spirit of ’68 is Alive in 2020

    Why the Spirit of ’68 is Alive in 2020

    Many cultural observers have noted the parallels between 1968 and 2020: protests, a pandemic, a contentious presidential election, a fierce stock market rally and a historic space launch. But the question remains: why are these two years so similar?