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Make New Friends.
Prepare for New Threats.
Learn About Massive Opportunities.
And Be a Part of History.
"Most people think social events cause the public’s mood to change, but it’s the other way around. This idea is the basis for what I call socionomics."
– Robert Prechter
Like it or not, the days of Norman Rockwell’s America are not coming back.
Nor Ronald Reagan’s.
Nor Bill Clinton’s.
Over the next few years, our world will experience more immense shifts in social and financial trends than it has experienced at any time in modern history.
You’ll want to join some of the trends. Others, you’d better get out of the way.
Social change scares most people. But it doesn’t have to – if you know how to anticipate it.
Most people lack this skill. You, however, are in a unique position to join the educated minority who understands how to predict — and benefit from – the coming change.
Socionomic research explains how repeating waves of social mood create peaceful eras and turbulent times. 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.
Social mood drives all of our collective experiences. Increasingly, the world’s social scientists and savviest observers know this.
And on April 5, top social mood researchers and practitioners from all over the world will present to you their latest discoveries.
We invite you to attend the world’s only Social Mood Conference in person.
Join us. Get ready for what’s next.
And shake up your understanding of the world.
Reserve your seat for Social Mood Conference 2014:
Saturday, April 5, 2014, in Atlanta, GA.