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Morganizing

Free enterprise is a term that relates to morganizing. Nineteenth Century capitalism saw entrepreneurs like J.P. Morgan consolidating industry and markets. Free to enterprise, markets were considered being made more efficient. Higher efficiency accumulates profits. The marginal profit–the measure of … Continue reading

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Calling the Margin

In order to magnify the profit at the margin it is necessary to magnify the risk. Big bankers call this, creating a “synthetic risk portfolio” (SRP). Synthetic risk products are then sold, priced (rated) to the probable risk of default … Continue reading

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Payment by Imperative

Do we really have natural rights or do we pay by imperative? Extension of the Rents A rising middle class expanded the capacity to demand the supply and made us more productive because the king no longer owned everything by … Continue reading

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