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Stocks vs. U.S. Births: Is There Really a Connection?

by Editorial Staff
Updated: May 06, 2021

The U.S. has just seen the 2nd-slowest decade of population growth since 1790…

Now you know why: a shift in social mood, similar to the one back in the 1920, when births also turned down -- despite the "roaring" bull market.

That slowdown, of course, turned out to be an omen for the Great Depression.

What about now? How might coming social mood changes impact the economy, business, politics and beyond? How could it redefine your country's future?

Researchers at the Socionomics Institute are standing by to give you answers.

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HOW IT WORKS

The new science of socionomics starts with a simple observation: How people FEEL influences how they will BEHAVE.

At the Socionomics Institute, we look at how the whole society is feeling today – so you can anticipate how society will behave tomorrow. Using various indicators, we track social mood in real time across the globe. You’ll see how changes in social mood shift everything from the songs people want to hear to the leaders they elect; from people’s desire for peace to their hunger for scandals.

This is a rare, awe-inspiring insight. It’s what enables the Institute to help our members stay ahead of new trends that surprise almost everyone else.

Your Thinking Person’s Membership gives you this unrivaled perspective and puts you miles ahead of the herd.


YOUR PATH TO UNLEASHING SOCIONOMICS IN YOUR LIFE

Your Membership Resources Fall Into Three Categories:


THE SOCIONOMIST MAGAZINE
12 issues per year, plus the entire 100+ issue archive ($1200 total value)

The Socionomist is dedicated to helping readers capitalize on social mood. Each month, our analysts show you how social mood is driving trends around the world. They identify upcoming turns and forecast bold new changes that no one else sees coming. Politics, popular culture, disease, family, religion, industry – they are all powered by social mood; The Socionomist shows you how so you can prepare for what’s ahead. No thinking person should be without this magazine.

THE SOCIONOMICS BOOK SERIES
5 Online Books ($227 total value)

With hundreds of charts and illustrations, this series introduces socionomics and demonstrates how social mood motivates social events, not the other way around:

The Wave Principle of Human Social Behavior (1999) – Learn how history unfolds in form-driven fractal waves. Value: $39.

Pioneering Studies in Socionomics (2003) – See how to apply socionomics in this sweeping volume of revealing case studies. Value: $39.

The Socionomic Theory of Finance (2016) – How macroeconomics and finance really work – It’s very different from what you learned in school! Value: $79.

Socionomic Studies of Society and Culture (2017) – Discover how you can anticipate and capitalize on trends in pop culture and broader society. #1 Amazon social theory bestseller! Value: $35.

Socionomic Causality in Politics (2017) – Grasp political trends in a new way by seeing exactly what propels them. Value: $35.

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You get a well-organized, full library of exclusive content. Plus, you get every new piece of content we release while you’re a member, including any book and DVD in digital format, as soon as it’s released; a virtual seat at any online event we host; a copy of any academic paper we release; and access to any available recording of speeches we make. Includes our Essential Mood Conference showcasing the most useful talks from the first six years of the Institute’s annual conference.


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Value: $1,696+

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