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Real Estate and Nasdaq Down

by Brianna - March 28th, 2017.
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A brief example is to remind people in the U.S. real estate values. In 2007 there were houses for N N ‘people with a value A’ constantly growing. In 2008 houses were the same N and the same N ‘value to people but the same had”fallen sharply while an X percent of the N “evicted people mortgaged their homes. What sudden change material actually caused the abrupt drop in the value A ‘? None. The reality was still there, just as blindly indifferent, but the abstract value of A ‘had fallen dramatically. Behind the change in the abstract reality, represented by the dramatic curves of Jones and Nasdaq Down came the changes in the material realm, first with the contraction in consumption, then with the decrease in production of goods and eventually to the expulsion of workers. The graphics on Wall Street measure superstition relating the abstract world of values and the material world of goods and services.

It is not a simple expression of the state of the latter, but the pulse nervous investors move in this abstract world that strategically is called “real world”, “the pragmatic world of men.” It is no coincidence, because the social myths always refer to a phenomenon with names that contradict, deny or are silent. One of the most ancient laws economy, the law of supply and demand, the value of something related to the material world. This material world is composed of goods (supply) and needs (demand). Further details can be found at Structured Portfolio Management, an internet resource. This law still binds the material world and the symbolic in a way close.

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