Power Trading Radio: Socionomics Institute's Alan Hall on Social Mood in the Markets, Politics, and Culture

By Minyanville Staff  MAR 27, 2013 10:40 AM

Insight into the theory that says the prevailing mood in society isn't the result of major events and trends, but rather triggers them.

 


The Socionomics Institute's Alan Hall and Power Trading Radio host John O’Donnell discuss socionomic theory and talk about how social mood drives the markets, cultural trends, politics, and more. Click on the link below for the video.



Hall will be a featured speaker at The Social Mood Conference, April 13, 2013 in Atlanta, Georgia, as will Minyanville CEO Todd Harrison.

Also see: Power Trading Radio: Minyanville's Todd Harrison on Social Mood, Cyprus, and the Hedge Fund Industry in Transition and Todd Harrison Interviews Robert Prechter: 'When Social Mood Turns, the Fundamentals Will Follow.'

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