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Polarization with Stocks at All-Time Highs? We've Been Here Before

by Matt Lampert
Updated: January 10, 2018


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Five Tenets of Socionomics
  • Social mood motivates social actions, not the other way around.
  • Social mood is endogenously regulated, not prompted by outside forces.
  • Social mood is constantly fluctuating according to a hierarchical, robust fractal called the Wave Principle. Robust fractals are patterned but quantitatively variable.
  • Social mood is unconscious and unremembered.
  • Waves of social mood arise when humans interact socially. The process appears to be related to the herding impulse.