This examination of that history shows the dominant influence of social mood on an American sport. Basketball is a coincident reflection of the rising mood behind the bull market of the last century. The game’s structure, rules and fortunes have developed in a manner that is totally consistent with the ebb and flow of the bull market in stocks.
The Socionomist enables you to see trend-shaping waves of social mood, as reflected by the stock market — and capitalize on them. The December issue looks at the next presidential election and the 2019 baseball season. Mood Riffs topics include protests, Mexico’s drug war and drones. Read the December issue instantly when you join the growing ranks of Socionomics Members.
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Matt Lampert & Peter Kendall
Annual Meeting of the Academy of Behavioral Finance and Economics
New York, New York
September 18-21, 2019
Presentation: “Socionomic Theory: An Alternative to EMH and a Foundation for Behavioral Finance Research”
From the little dreamers running onto pee-wee fields to the larger-than-life gladiators of the NFL, ...more