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Currency Tutorial:
The Economy and You

 

arrow2.gif (105 bytes) What you do with your money does effect the economy

Currency is supposed to be kept moving, or flowing (thus the name currency) and economies are based on the idea that money will continue to flow.  Wealthy people know this, and that's why they're always looking to invest.

Have you ever wondered why someone would pay millions for an elephant painting or obscure piece of art?  They have to keep the money flowing through the system.  If they just hold on to the money, it becomes de-valued.  I know I'm losing some of you here so let me give you an exaggerated example.

arrow2.gif (105 bytes) For example

Let's say you have all the money in the world and you just hold on to it.  You don't spend any of it.  It's just sitting in your giant vault somewhere safe.  Darned if the world governments wouldn't simply print more money.  I don't know why governments are like that, but they are.   They print money all the time.  If you don't believe me, get a bill and look at it.  There's a printing date on it.  It will say "SERIES 1995" or something like that on it.  (By the way, when you're done looking at the bill, you might just as well put it in an envelope and send it to me...)

Back to our example... The money you're holding (all the money that was in the world) is still there, and they printed more.  That means there is now more money in the world.  Now that there's more money in the world, the money you're holding is worth less. Do you see how that works?  

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arrow2.gif (105 bytes) Another example

OK, let's look at this a different way.   Let's say this time you don't hold the money.  Instead you buy art, property, companies, legal services and send much of it to me...

Now the government has no need to print more money.  Sure they'll replace destroyed money and things like that, but they don't need more money!  The money that you spent on art, property, companies, legal services, and on me is being "re-spent" on administration costs, insurance, supplies, management, etc.  It's an endless loop that goes on forever.

As long as the money keeps moving, the "value" (what you can get for it) pretty much stays the same.  The only time you'll see economic problems is when someone tries to hold or doesn't know how to spend their money.  That's where the government will step in and print more money.   When the government prints more money, it becomes worth less.  Get it?

I know this sounds bizarre to most people, but the more you think about it the more it will sink in.  The point is... you don't really want to keep the money!  You want to keep it moving!

So, why not help out the economy a bit and move your money to me?!

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