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Tuesday, January 4, 2011
Do people prefer cheaper products or more savings.
Cheaper products forces a sort of force on what people in mass will buy. However, more savings allows the individual to chose what they want to buy whether it costs a little more or not. Thus the idea of going through a service bell curve crash after each service bell curve does not allow for individual choice as we have to use inflation to save us. Which then takes away from our savings. Then causing us to rely heavily on cheaper products as in mass we can no longer afford via our savings to have a nicer quality of life. So through neoclassical economics it would see that cheaper products would not be the individuals choice, as they are not given a choice in the matter. Thus to have a savings one must have a surplus in something. If we take this microlly we can say a human must have a surplus in his labor ownership or time at work or play or investment that has caused his labors to give him a surplus. However, for individuals to have a surplus their country must have a surplus in something. Currenty the US and Free Societies have surplus in trade of nothing. The only surplus we hav is negative capital inflow which usually means more imports of products, and more loans with interest, along with less savings for citizens as foreign companies and entities are able to purchase property and force higher rents through speculation.