Recently published and preliminary work from researchers at four universities indicate that trends in social mood as displayed in social media predict price moves in the stock market. The studies provide important further evidence of the socionomic hypothesis: that changes in states of unconscious social mood precede—because they motivate—changes in the stock market and other social events.
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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”
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