HelmsmanĀ® Economics asserts the importance of collective psychology in the evolution of economic and financial market behaviour.

The theory behind the influence of collective psychology is explored in Tony Plummer's book Forecasting Financial Markets. This was first published in 1989 by Kogan Page and is now in its 6th edition.

The case for a specific pattern of vibration, which reflects the collective response to the flow of information, is presented in Tony Plummer's book The Law of Vibration: The Revelation of William D. Gann. This was published in February 2013 by Harriman House.

New information creates a new organism that has a life cycle. The application of this life cycle to economics and to financial markets is presented in Tony Plummer's new book The Life Cycle Hypothesis. This was published in March 2018 by Harriman House.

Articles that analyse the role of collective psychology on current economic and financial developments are regularly published on this website page. They can be accessed free of charge by left-clicking on the relevant link.

Free articles

The Krugman-Ferguson Debate: 25th August 2009

Keynes vs The Monetarists: 6th August 2011

The Arab Uprisings: 21st February 2011

The Phenomenon of the Crowd: 12th August 2011

The Air Pocket in Innovation: 26th September 2012

The Coming Paradigm Shift: 27th March 2013

Adaptive Systems and the EU: 24th July 2013

Political Psychology: 5th March 2014

The Concept of Threshold Cycles: 27th January 2016