Adam Lovejoy writes from London and today he talks about introducing chaos theory to capitalist economics. He says it is a great way of explaining things and may even help governments. We have seen the economic crisis go from worse to worse and by applying these simple steps from Chaos theory everything will be better.
In this article you will find out how to piece together the breadcrumbs from far back as 2008 and have a new perspective on the financial crash. I know this seems like a big claim, so let me explain a little bit more about what I think he means. This article is about the financial bubble here in the UK, it is also has some good examples that explain how the free press have over the years challenged bankers and how this type of information instilled some curiosity into the police and law courts, however as you will find out in this article their success soon waned and nothing ever happened. Find out the pressures on ’Journos‘ and find out how far the law went and get a refreshing reminder on how banks managed to persuade the world how important they were and how good they were at fixing things and what a great service they give.
You may have noticed some changes recently in lifestyle from those around you, when you read this article you will get a better understanding of the problem and be able to apply chaos theory as a way of explaining these catalysts and how using these methods with help burst any more wrong decisions in the bud before they happen.
You will also read all about small banks gambling other people’s money and find pivotal points in which money from the government was distributed to many banks and then how that money was wasted on crazy methods to recuperate and beyond that how they tried to win back losses with folks money. The economy is not real and has not been real for a while, there are other factors which you will find out more about when you go over to Stirring Trouble Internationally and read the full article by Adam Lovejoy.
Find out about real people who are doing their best about the real economy, find out more about the odds stacked up against markets and how you can navigate around notice things and avoid the eye of the storm in the confidence that you are helping rather than causing more bother some place else.
If you have debts right now or are worried about shares you have and any other investments then not to worry this will not help. If you have concerns about the government and cutbacks they are making again this is information you want to know about. Find out how IOU’s maybe the solution and how you can quickly absorb a simple coping mechanism that will help people throughout 2013 deal with these issues, and not making to much of an effort to the real economy which is what we have all been doing because a great lack of understanding in this field. From this knowledge about failed banks and the free market mixed with your understanding of Chaos In A Capitalist Economy you will be one step closer to knowing what to do and have an inkling of why the more people do the more expensive the tab becomes. You will also find out how all this debt will affect you and find out more about the butterfly wings theory.
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