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Ditch Your Car - If you live in a community where everything is within a reasonable distance, you need to ask yourself why you are driving a car, which when...

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Shelf Velocity

Shelf Velocity – A robustness indicator, this term simply asks and summarizes the answer to the question: How quickly do transactions get done, materials move from provider to consumer? As such it is an effectiveness indicator, metric or measure, of how long it actually really takes, start-to-finish, from point of sale/order, to customer receipt, off-the-shelf purpose, delivery and take-home enjoyment! The rate, rapidity, swiftness and speed at which a product, service, transaction, process,  moves from a manufacturer's ‘inventory’, provider, supplier, to a distributor's, middle-man, and/ or retailer's shelf to a customer. It is extremely important to assess and monitor the real rate at which money in circulation is used for purchasing goods and services, how brief/long it takes from point A to point Z.

 

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Definition: A short-term debt obligation issued by the government to finance government activities.  These are commonly referred to as "T-Bills."  They are usually issued in maturities of one, three, or six months.Advice: T-bills are zero-coupon bonds, which mean that they don't pay out interest.  Instead, an investor buys them at...

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