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Trade Theorems

Trade expands to meet the velocity and volume of money in circulation.

Velocity (turn over rate) and volume of money in circulation are the keys of well functioning economics.

Firstly, before either wheat or autos will sell an adequate fiscal system must be in existence. Nothing sells unless a money circulation system is in place to facilitate sales.

Adequate money circulation produces adequate economies and enables just socety objectives to occur.

Nations that discard false money beliefs and adapt attitudes to ever changing fisacl realities have the strongest economies.

Unless inflation is too high there is no need to curtail or inhibit the freedom of money to work it's magic. By passing money from one to another we acquire goods and services.

Levels of material wealth are set by and can only originate from levels of trading.

The level of wasting sets the level of consumerism. Trading is sustained by continous wasting.

Labor cannot be stored for future usage. Labor can only foster money circulation and wealth generation while laboring.

Unless people can make use of knowledge or make fuller use of knowledge, knowledge will not contribute much to civilization's march.

On behalf of citizens a significant portion of national money rightfully belongs in the hands of governments to carry out the chosen demands of citizens.

Taxation forces citizens to circulate money among themselves. Optimum taxation boosts economies. The circulation of taxation creates considerable wealth for individuals, corporations and nations. Reducing taxation reduces economies.

Canadian money has no purchasing power outside of Canada. Example: Money loaned to a foreign nation has no value untill the money is either directly or indirectly spent for Canadian products.