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Conversations in Socionomics

  • [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] What a Socionomic Research Scientist Does

    [Audio] What a Socionomic Research Scientist Does

    Ever wonder how research in the science of Socionomics is conducted? Dan Gough interviews Deepak Goel of the Socionomics Institute, a physicist by training, on how he conducts research into socionomic subjects such as social mood, Elliott Waves, and so 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] Socionomics and Conflicting Cultural and Market Signals

    [Audio] Socionomics and Conflicting Cultural and Market Signals

    Socionomics recognizes that at certain points in wave patterns there can be quite a few conflicting trends and signals in the culture and in financial markets. Join Dan Gough and Vadim Pokhlebkin for a discussion on how to navigate these times and reconcile issues like war and peace, presidential 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 […]

     
  • [Audio] The Science of Socionomics – Part 2

    [Audio] The Science of Socionomics – Part 2

    The Directors discuss where Socionomics is as a science, what has been accomplished, next steps in the process, experiments underway, and related fields of study. Also, listen to a preview discussion of Bob Prechter and Wayne Parker’s recently published paper on the differences between financial and economic decision making.

     
  • [Audio] The Science of Socionomics – Part 1

    [Audio] The Science of Socionomics – Part 1

    The Directors discuss where Socionomics is as a science, what has been accomplished, next steps in the process, experiments underway, and related fields of study. Also, listen to a preview discussion of Bob Prechter and Wayne Parker’s recently published paper on the differences between financial and economic decision making.

     
  • [Audio] The Criminal Rich and the Foolish Rich

    [Audio] The Criminal Rich and the Foolish Rich

    That’s how Teddy Roosevelt referred to the wealthy one hundred years ago at the end of the Gilded Age. Franklin Roosevelt then raised taxes on the wealthy during the Depression that reached rates as high as 90% and lasted into the 1960’s. Will the current wealth gap result in similar […]

     
  • [Audio] High-Performance Men, Women and Cars – Part 2

    [Audio] High-Performance Men, Women and Cars – Part 2

    There is a high correlation between automobile engine horse power and the inflation adjusted Dow Jones Industrial Average. That correlation is unusually strong in relation to Chevrolet Corvette engine power. Improve your investing and socionomic skills by taking in this discussion.