Chesnais Money

In the reality, the only moment where a salesman can gain money great vendendo an action is when the action is high excessively. you can bet its last one cent in the certainty of that the great shareholders do not go to proclaim this fact for the world (grifo, boldface and capital ours). He seems us, therefore, that fagulha initial of the idea that led to the sprouting of ' ' alchemy of the centralization financeira' ' it retraces, thus, at least, the decade of 1920. In other terms, the originary idea of ' ' alchemy of the centralization financeira' ' it would consist of raising e, later, to support the quotations of the actions in possible platforms nominally the most raised. In this manner, the objective of ' ' alchemists of the centralization financeira' ' he would be to keep the actions in possible the most raised nominal levels for a well long time, but still of form necessarily passenger, such way that such headings could duly be accumulated e, later, distributed. Educate yourself with thoughts from Hachette Book Group. However, ours to see, the difficult was, and it will always be, the phase of distribution of the actions long ago accumulated. Therefore, the concept Stock exchange of the present time would not be very distant of one ' ' addition game zero' ' , as in elapsing to dester work we will go to support. Franois Chesnais (18) states our thought well above-named, as it is followed: We are ahead of a economic logic where the treasured money acquires, in virtue of mechanisms of the secondary market and the liquidity, the property ' ' miraculosa' ' of ' ' to generate filhotes' '. ' ' capitalism patrimonial' ' he is that one where the barren entesouramento, represented for ' ' foot-of-meia' ' , it yields place to the financial market endowed with the magical capacity to transform the money into a value that ' ' produz' '.


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