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Streaming Video Applying Elliott waves and socionomics to the financial markets to formulate a forecast (example 1) On Oct. 19, 2007, as U.S. stocks near all-time highs, Robert Prechter speaks with Bloomberg’s Pimm Fox about a massive deflationary bear market that will catch virtually everyone by surprise.
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Streaming Video Applying Elliott waves and socionomics to the financial markets to formulate a forecast (example 2) Before the lows of March 2009, with mood at its most negative in years, Prechter tells Bloomberg’s Pimm Fox that a strong counter-trend rally is about to lift off and eventually carry the Dow to 10,000 or higher.
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Streaming Video How social mood drives trends in music, global conflict, politics and more Prechter postulates that waves of social mood dictate the character of social events. Clip from the documentary History’s Hidden Engine.
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Streaming Video The Fibonacci ratio’s role in the stock market’s fractal patterns and socionomics How “humanity’s valuation of its own productive capacity” – stock prices – are governed by the same basic laws of nature that govern progress and regress. Clip from the documentary History’s Hidden Engine.
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Moving toward a new understanding of social causality While neither individuals nor institutions can produce mass social mood swings – positive or negative – people can take advantage of them or get out of their way entirely. Clip from the documentary History’s Hidden Engine
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Downloadable Reports

Downloadable Reports The Financial/Economic Dichotomy in Social Behavioral Dynamics: The Socionomic Perspective Authors: Robert Prechter, Jr., Wayne Parker, Ph.D. | Published in The Journal of Behavioral Finance, May 2007
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Downloadable Reports Elliott waves subsume all other forms of technical analysis Author: Robert Prechter, Jr. | Published in The Elliott Wave Theorist, 2005
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Downloadable Reports Socionomics in a Nutshell Author: Robert Prechter, Jr. | Published in Pop Culture and the Stock Market, 1985
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