Hear New Ideas. Make New Friends.
Illuminate Your Thinking.
And Be a Part of Something BIG.

You may have heard this story before.

In 1983, Steve Jobs met with John Sculley, who at the time ran Pepsi. Steve liked John’s business style, and to lure him away for Apple, Jobs asked him one question:

“Do you want to sell sugared water for the rest of your life—or do you want to come with me and change the world?”

At some point, we all have to ask ourselves a question like that. Being a part of something BIG is important. In fact — often, being a part of something big is precisely what enriches and adds meaning to our lives. Steve Jobs knew that.*

And on April 11, you have a chance to be a part of something big.

On Saturday, April 11, the annual Social Mood Conference will again gather the best socionomists and social mood researchers under one roof — for one day only, for the fifth year in a row.


 

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What is socionomics?
Socionomics is a new science of social prediction. Socionomic research explains how repeating waves of social mood generate social trends; how a positive mood induces people to expand businesses, dress with flair, buy happy music, live in peace — and buy stocks; and how negative mood induces us to do the opposite.

Simply put, forecasting social mood puts you ahead of the curve — way ahead.


Socionomics has already made some stunning forecasts over the years. For example, these were published back in 2003, in our monthly Elliott Wave Theorist:

  1. “’The U.S. will accelerate its trend toward socialism. Opposition…will be vigorous.”
  2. “…possession and sale of recreational drugs will be decriminalized.”
  3. “Politics will become far more polarized, splintered and radical.”
  4. “Openness and transparency will give way to secrecy.”
  5. Race relations will become strained and violent.”

Back in 2003, did you ever think this would be our world today?

Socionomists did.

On April 11, you have a rare opportunity to hear new socionomic ideas and meet the best socionomic thinkers face-to-face.


Ten speakers will deliver — live — their latest socionomic research findings. Robert Prechter (opening speaker; see more speakers below) says:

Robert Prechter “Our annual Social Mood Conference is my favorite event of the year.”

In the next few years, we’ll see even more big shifts in social and financial trends. You’ll want to join some of the trends. Others, you’d better get out of the way. On April 11, you have a unique chance to join the educated minority who understand how to forecast — and benefit from — the coming changes.

Social change scares most people, but it doesn’t have to — if you know how to anticipate it.

Join us on April 11. It’ll be an experience you’ll remember.


 

5th Annual Social Mood Conference

Saturday, April 11, 2015

Georgia Tech Hotel and Conference Center
Atlanta, Georgia

Two ways to watch:

Reserve your seat now for just $249 And be a part of
something big


(Attend in Person)


 

Who is speaking on April 11?

(Click on each picture for the details of the presentation)

You will hear ground-breaking ideas from these presenters:

Robert
Prechter
Alan
Hall
John
Grable
Matt
Lampert
Terry
Burnham
Elliott Wave International Socionomics Institute University of Georgia Socionomics Institute Chapman University

 

Elliott
Prechter
Alex
Bentley
Brian
Whitmer
Shikhar
Agarwal
John
Donnellan
Qualitative
Analytics
University of
Bristol
Elliott Wave
International
Cleveland
Clinic
New Jersey
City University

 

Want to hear more?

Watch how conference participants described the event:


 

5th Annual Social Mood Conference

Saturday, April 11, 2015

Georgia Tech Hotel and Conference Center
Atlanta, Georgia

Two ways to watch:

Reserve your seat now for just $249 And be a part of
something big


(Attend in Person)


 

*P.S. Sales at Apple increased from $800 million to $8 billion under Sculley’s management. What if he had stayed at Pepsi and sold “sugared water for the rest of his life”?