Friday, March 31, 2006

A Major New Documentary On Speculation


History's Hidden Engine

Watch History's Hidden Engine -
watch it online now - for free!

I've just finished viewing this documentary, there is some very good information here.

This is a new production and is enjoyably informative.

The insight History's Hidden Engine offers into the nascent science of socionomics is quite profound.

The online streaming video itself is well worth your time, you will learn a great deal, at the very least you will be exposed to some wonderful conceptual challenges.

This video is available through the same folks that offer the excellent Elliott Wave Tutorial - which is also free.

Elliott Wave International's tutorial is a comprehensive introduction to the Elliott Wave Principle. All ten lessons have been adapted from Prechter and Frost'’s Wall Street bestseller, Elliott Wave Principle - Key to Market Behavior.

To start your Elliott wave education now, click here.

Elliott wave theory addresses much more than markets, it attempts to find patterns that underlie collective society.

Study of financial market implications are usually addressed under the Elliott Wave moniker. When folks are looking for deeper and broader societal trends they flaunt the socionomics label.

History's Hidden Engine is an in depth, without complicated math, documentary about social patterns. It is well done.

This may be a pseudo-science, or you may be witnessing the birth of a new science.

It is still early in the game - we just don't know yet - I'll consider it a protoscience for now.

I have found however that Elliott wave theory is applicable to speculation - it is a model I personally utilize.

Think about Hari Seldon in the Foundation series by Isaac Asimov. Socionomics may become an accepted discipline for the study of
predictive group dynamics.

Watch the video - but don't make up your mind yet.

The field of Socionomics will be expanding.

This is worth investigating.




Anonymous Anonymous said...


I certainly will be investigating socionomics.

I'm impressed. This is the first of your entries I've read, and you (appropriately!) referenced Hari Seldon's field of psycho-history.

When I read Foundation in grade school, I had no idea Asimov would be so prescient.


Thanks for the intriguing post.

9:48 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...


Thanks for dropping by.

I checked your site - there is a lot of good financial information there.

Socionomics is interesting, let me know what you think after you check it out.


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