Liquidity Of Money

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There has been a long debate over money being the root of all evil. This is not entirely true, as it has some kind of purpose. Before money was around, people used the barter system. You took your pail or gourd of milk and traded it for eggs or a basket of fruit. People began to realize this was not very practical. There needed to be a easier way to buy goods, as a result money was invented.

Money is the means through, which things are purchased. It is a measure of production, but it is not the actual production itself. You go to your job and you do your work, then your boss pays you for it. This is truly what the production is, not money. Many people do not realize that this is true. They think that you just go make money.

Every country of the world has some kind of currency and seeks to operate in the best forex trading climate by adjusting interest. If I want to take a trip to England, I dont take suitcases of things to sell or trade. I take money. When I get there, I trade in my money for the currency they have in England. The exchange rate may not be the same, but this is how the principal works. It is too much trouble to carry over goods.

Money is not the root of all evil. It came about because of the need for it to be portable and easy to use. Exchanging goods and service for one another is not easy to do. It is much easy to carry money in your purse or wallet. Where money becomes a problem is when its supply is manipulated, when it is bought and sold for a profit. This is where things go south and forex trading tips the balance is inequalities of currencies know as arbitrage. If money is based on production, then the world would be better off.
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This article was published on 2011/01/05