If X amount is worth Y Derivative 17 years after death, and now is 17 years after the 1st in C, then Options for the 1st depreciation is the long term Appreciated Value in all Investment Objectives.
Book 1 @ $1. Listing market price = 300 shareholders.
This is the time for new long term investment strategies. But first, I'd like to reference a true story in art history.
His name was Van Gogh. He sold a painting for a bottle of water. Yet, that was his career. In fact, he was so passionate about his career, that he cut his own ear off in frustration. Now, after his death (which is of no use to him), his paintings are sold for X amount of millions of dollars. True story.
Where does that value accumulate and who is getting that income now that he could have used to live well? Now, let's talk about the economy.
Inflation – Good and Valuable Tender. The highlights are in front of our eyes. Which is, under Copyright, the entire Network and its Theory, that brings my Work up close and personal as I set things onto the table. See, on the back of that dollar, is everything leading up to its worth - which is in money = $.99 + (1 lucky penny) to make sense.
Inflation – Since 2008 (average): [2016:(240) low (-$24); 2020: (256.40) low (-$40.4)] / average costs to the Network. You have increases without profitability to the consumer, which meets at a very coincidental time standard within my lifetime's - Work's - timeline (Neographics).
Economy – Plagiarism to Equitable Profitability. From in-home to network buyers, are the Corporate Bystanders that make a Market only as good as its consumer. The timeline to this Market for profitability is in the decrease at Margin at a subsequent 16.6% increase to industry; and is found at the number of shares to the Market's exchange, according to income, as it acts as a derivative to its placement as a shared Fair Market Value. This is protected by law, under the United States Copyright Act of 1976, Section 107, #4.
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