The Great Reset: What Is It & Where Did It Come From?
by Socionomics Institute
Updated: September 30, 2022
If the "Great Reset" can't save the global economy, what can it do?
Even though the worst of a swift recession had passed before the Great Reset was announced, the World Economic Forum's policy proposals still have effects. Effects on what? And when are governments most likely to implement aspects of the Great Reset agenda? Discover the answers to these questions and more in "The Great Reset: A Socionomic Analysis," the cover story in the October 2022 issue of The Socionomist. Read it instantly when you become a Socionomics Premier Member.
Chinese stocks have risen strongly off their October lows. With all the political turmoil in China, many are wondering if the rally is just a flash in the pan. Our Asian-Pacific Short Term Update editor, Chris Carolan, walks you through the Shanghai Composite's Elliott wave pattern to give you an unvarnished, objective answer.
With the midterms in the rearview mirror, let's look ahead to the 2024 presidential race. Polls have infamously missed the mark over the past few election cycles. Discover how you can use the stock market to anticipate the election outcome without polling a single person.
On TV, financial pundits connect the day's news to market action all the time. But watch our monthly Asian-Pacific Financial Forecast editor, Mark Galasiewski, walk you through the timeline of China's recent protests and the action in the Shanghai Composite to dispel (yet again) the myth that "news drives markets."