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Socionomics: Not a Typo

Published: June 7, 2013 in Macroeconomics

Socionomics is often mistaken as just another word for socioeconomics, or worse: a typo. However, the two terms refer to entirely separate concepts. The primary difference revolves around which has more influence: markets or the people in the...

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Dancing--Nay, Sliding Down the Edge of a Cliff

Published: June 27, 2010 in Macroeconomics

I would not change the sentiment or warning of the last letter one bit. I encourage clients to utilize any temporary market rally to make a more elegant exit from equities at this time. If one must remain exposed to the markets, it is imperative that

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Dancing On The Edge Of A Cliff

Published: May 1, 2010 in Macroeconomics

As many of our clients have some level of exposure to the stock market, I am writing to all clients to warn of a potential market fall in the near term. I do not pretend to be a great trader or market timer, but several indicators of extreme...

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The Battle of the Flations

Published: July 21, 2009 in Macroeconomics

As we traverse these difficult economic times together, and as many of you have requested of us, we are endeavoring to make our research and analyses of the macroeconomic direction available on a regular basis. We hope that this economically ...

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