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Tip of the Day Stocks First, Bonds Later

Stocks First, Bonds Later - One of the most common mistakes made by investors today is age. Yep, that is right. You should invest in the stock market...

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Natural Monopoly

Natural MonopolyHigh-fix, start-up costs often lead to natural monopoly in industry and markets. Especially if talking of a new industry or being an inventor (lone/sole), of a new product. All of these factors can undermine consumers getting the deals they deserve, higher pricing, gouging etc. A natural monopoly like these are however naturally occurring, almost by default, not orchestrated or designed, usual, expected. It translates into a sort of organic domination and control of a singular company or entity supplying, making and distributing  irreplaceable products, goods or services, with no competitors.  Changes, market manipulating, pricing/costing, setting fees, lack of competition (no substitutes, no competitors), even markets-consolidations all can result in this scenario and circumstance, market dynamic.  Special interests and anti-trust legislation go a long way to curb and manage, track these events and manifestations. Supremacy and control, reconsolidation, redistribution, fair trade counter-act some of these firmly entrenched ‘empires’.

 

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Common imposing business models exist since they are government controlled. In a free enterprise society, even service organizations would discover rivalry on the off chance that they were making boundless benefits. For instance, even in Southern California, we have the Department of Water and Power and Southern California Edison.

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Definition of the Day Confidence Level

Confidence Level - the confidence level is a measure on the likelihood a company will reach its goals... It’s generally an equation or degree of certainty that a company is capable of living up to its business plan, or promises.  Some companies use a simple and effective way of judging...

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