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Breaking the Trade norm of Boom and Burst

Posted by on May 17, 2015 in Trade | 0 comments

There is a well-known law of diminishing marginal utility economics. What does that mean? When you’re hungry for three days, and finally someone gave a basket of steaming buns California. Your tears and jumped, devoured kill the first one, the world is simply the best feeling bun delicacy; then they kill you a second, still intended especially not; then the third, fourth, fifth one when you finally get that this is California buns; to the seventh, you can not tell what has not to California California; to the eighth, you begin nausea, do not want to eat any more.

This is the diminishing marginal utility. The same buns, along with the increasing number of consumer, bring your satisfaction declined.

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