Supply and demand determine the price

However, there are two fundamentally different market types: Emerging markets where more demand lowers the price, limited markets where more demand increases the price.

How much did a cell phone cost 20 years ago? The entire electronics industry, computers, mobile phones, photovoltaics are all emerging markets. The typical characteristic of an emerging market is 20% price reduction per doubling of the world market. 3 doublings halve the price.

  Oil used to be an up-and-coming market too


From 1860 to 1893, the price of oil showed the characteristics of an emerging market. More demand led to falling prices. From 1893 to 1973 the oil market tended sideways. Mixed characteristics between up-and-coming and limited. From 1973 it is a limited market. More demand increases the price.

Supply and demand determine the price
However, there are two fundamentally different market types: Emerging markets where more demand lowers the price, limited markets where more demand increases the price.

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  Why is this listed as a unique selling point?


Because this price dynamics on demand pressure in different market types is considered in economics and consequently also not in politics. In 1972 the book "The Limits to Growth" was published by the Club of Rome.

The reaction of economics to this should have been the 3 big questions:

  1. Are different supply chains possible for the same service?

  2. What shortages and price developments are likely for all possible supply chains?

  3. How do you switch from one supply chain to another before a shortage hits the economy?
But these questions were ignored because the "perfect market" is known to solve all problems. This ignorance has led to the 2008 oil price crisis, the global economic crisis and the current situation.

What others ignore is a central theme of our policy. The Change of energy supply of products more demand more expensive on products more demand cheaper.

  Guiding principle: there are emerging and limited markets


  The Catastrophically Limited Market: A Kingdom for a Horse


King Richard 3rd on the battlefield. His horse is killed. He urgently needs a horse. The supply of horses is catastrophically limited. Even when the price is increased to a kingdom, the offer remains at zero horses.

WWW - WorldWide-Wealth Movement
Mankind has the technology for a lasting paradise, but a policy for hell on earth. Our mission is to change that.


Why yet another new party? Why yet another new party?
Our present policy is harmful to people, environment and economy. All existing parties fear regarding the necessary radical reforms.


Avowal
We are convinced that man has the ability to create a lasting civilization. This enduring civilization is inextricably linked to worldwide wealth.


Fundamentals of politics Fundamentals of politics
The view of the WWW movement on the dangers of the present situation, on the wall, on which we rave full speed, on human rights which are violated.


Key themes of the WWW movement
All key themes are also unique features of the movement WWW - worldwide wealth.




  Fundamentals of politics


The view of the WWW movement on the dangers of the present situation, on the wall, on which we rave full speed, on human rights which are violated.

Photovoltaics is an emerging market Photovoltaics is an emerging market
A prime example of the price development in an emerging market: Photovoltaics becomes 20% cheaper every time the world market doubles.


Crude oil is a limited market Crude oil is a limited market
If 1 million barrels is offered insufficiently, then the consumers with a US$ 20 higher price must be persuaded to save this 1 million barrels.