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Learn more about how the Elliott Wave Principle works with Prechter's social mood theory.

By Jill Noble
Fri, 23 Mar 2012 16:15:00 ET
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Many readers know that Prechter's socionomic theory can help anticipate social trends, but may overlook the connection to the light it can shed on the nuances of Elliott wave patterns in markets.

Watch this 10-minute video clip to learn why the wave principle of human social behavior (socionomics) should be a vital part of your strategy, how it helps to quantify emotion, and why EWI's Steve Hochberg says it's probably "the single most important variable within the investment process."


The 2012 Summit promises to be your chance to see and hear the latest from EWI president Robert Prechter and an outstanding lineup of financial and social mood experts at the cutting edge of socionomics research.

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