What’s New in Social Mood Research?
Find out First-Hand:

Watch the On-Demand Broadcast of the 2015 Social Mood Conference
…and See and Hear It All for Yourself

 


Robert R. Prechter, Jr.

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

— Robert Prechter, Socionomics Foundation President and the conference’s opening speaker


 

The broadcast of the 2015 Social Mood Conference is on-demand, right now.

Just as attendees did on April 11, you too can be a part of this illuminating experience — and come away equipped to capitalize on new trends, emerging ideas and original perspectives.

Think of it as kind of like TED Talks for the socionomically-aware.

See all 10 speakers in order —
or choose the sequence for yourself

Watch, pause, rewind — on your time, on-demand — just like in this clip of Robert Prechter’s first presentation, “The Financial-Economic Continuum.”

(Right-click to increase video quality)

 
Download every chart and slide — to keep electronically, or print

All the slides and charts from the 10 presenters are available to you as downloadable PDFs. You’ll remember many of the slides just for the power of the story they tell.

Discover a new worldview that’s gaining popularity

Socionomics is a new science of social prediction. Socionomic research explains how 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, buy stocks, and more; and how negative mood induces us to do the opposite. Simply put, forecasting social trends puts you ahead of the curve — way ahead.

Who will you see? Here are just three highlights

Terry Burnham1 You’ll see Terry Burnham, Ph.D., formerly a Harvard Business School professor, now teaching finance at Chapman University. Terry is the author of Mean Markets and Lizard Brains and the co-author of Mean Genes. His academic research focuses on the evolutionary origins of human behavior. His 39-minute presentation, “Behavioral and Socionomic Views of Investor Behavior,” shoots holes in the mainstream investment theories and gives lessons that would benefit all investors.

 

ElliottP You’ll see Elliott Prechter, whose fascination with technology led him to MIT in 2002, to Microsoft in 2006, and later to help start an algorithmic hedge fund in Las Vegas. Today, he runs Qualitative Analytics, which develops artificial intelligence techniques to automate Elliott wave analysis. Elliott’s EWAVES Flash newsletter discusses trading theory and new research developments — all of which he touches on in his 47-minute presentation, “Artificially Intelligent Investing Using EWAVES.”

 

Shikhar Agarwal You’ll see Shikhar Agarwal, MD, MPH, a fellow in the Department of Interventional Cardiology at the Cleveland Clinic. A prolific researcher with more than 100 publications, his work has received honors from the American Heart Association, among others. He also serves as a reviewer for publications like the British Medical Journal, Journal of the American Medical Association and more. His 28-minute presentation’s title, “Bulls, Bears and My Health – Stock Market, Healthcare and Society,” speaks for itself.

 

Here are actual comments from Social Mood Conference attendees

  • “I attended last year and had to have more. … This has changed the way I look at everything.” — David M., Colleyville, TX
  • “The Social Mood Conference bridges the gap between knowing and doing.  Highly recommended for any and all independent thinkers.” — Alastair M., Portland, ME
  • “For those who are not familiar with socionomics, I strongly encourage you to attend the Summit.” — George M., Foxfire, NC

And here’s what broadcast viewers say:

  • “Exceeded my expectations. Excellent topics and speakers. Whether you’re interested in the prediction of social trends or the financial markets, this is a must have.” – Richard L., Garland, TX
  • “Diverse and interesting topics. Some of the presentations were very entertaining.” – Friedrich O., Munich, Germany
  • “The stream price helped me to stretch my budget, as attending in-person costs well into the $1,500 range. … Absolutely great material.” — Ken M., Manitoba, Canada

Order the on-demand, streaming broadcast today
and experience the 2015 Social Mood Conference first-hand!

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