Capitalistic Renaissance     15: Equity and Wages

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For a majority of consumers using Product Equity Value©, the tradable equity value given for their cash purchases is instantly greater than the wages they receive for their labor. This observation is significant and is in contrast to free credit causing debt that can increase faster than wages.

There is no free lunch or violation of economic beliefs now supported by the facts. Increases in the stock prices of manufacturing public companies and banks are always greater than the labor cost of wage earners or consumers. This economic observation of equity values being greater than the earned wages is basically unselfish.

If the integration of dual-licensed hybrid banks into the economy is the direct cause of printed currency inflation in the form of unconstrained free credit creation that causes exponential debt, then why not integrate consumers into the equity creation process of new public companies with a certain percentage of free ownership so that the consumers do not rely on credit that creates debt?

When consumers are permitted to receive a certain percentage of public company ownership in exchange for purchasing, they are able to insulate themselves from inflation. Then inflation and debt becomes the paper tigers that they really are.

Product Equity Value© addresses the economic issue of elusive savings for the consumer. When consumers purchase from new public companies, the Product Equity Value© is always greater than their purchases, thus adding to their savings. With PEV the consumer’s savings is increasing while the consumer is spending. Without PEV the consumer is trapped in a credit-induced debt cycle that builds up quickly, resulting in debt exceeding wages

When we take the emotions out of economics and replace these emotions with balanced science, we have positive equity driving economic demand in a new way. The more consumers shop the greater their direct savings without being filtered through middlemen.

Go to Section 16: Unqualified Middlemen

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