**Disclaimer and note on the topic of wealth: This article is a microblog intended as food for thought in simple share and snapshot hence digestible character count in form. When you think better you do better, that’s the point.
If you are currently hoarding tangible goods, ask yourself what stocks you hold and what you have yet to buy.
Mother nature’s resources are our decision in consumption (of her precious goods) where everyone’s decisions contribute to the calculator in cost and supply in availability long term. Supply and demand is economics, economics is the state of (emotion-driven) humanity in motion around the world. The currency of exchange for goods/resources the world works in is money and the currency the world gets to work with is time. The stock market is all about time, money and resources, and paying attention to sentiment dictated by the emotion-driven in volume.
How many times have you heard someone say they should have done something of used the term what if. It’s borderline sickening and annoying even when we do it ourselves let alone listen to it at length from the outside world. Why not just take action? – even if that action is active observation until the time to take action arises. Until some event or experience impacts someone directly or indirectly with strong impact, the individual (or society) in question remains aloof to said experience’s magnitude. People take note to money and health because when these things are on the downtick nobody feels good and indirectly a lot more in one’s life suffers.
Money makes the world go round. It’s a currency of access. Money helps you access more of what you want and need when you want it. Every level of wealth notices and responds in different ways to contractions and drawdowns in wealth supply (money). Wealth contraction at one level decreases the ability to contribute in excess of this wealth category’s own needs to support outside causes (reduces their access in ripple). Wealth contraction at another level disallows access to basic needs. Of course there’s a very wide spread of the in between. Greater access to wealth can also afford various levels of health from food to healthcare, living circumstances and well being mentally. This is something no one needs spelled out for them yet until material impact strikes only a certain percentage of humans are actively paying attention to said externalizers that indeed we have some control over in proactive and hedging nature.
When the cost of any resource increases due to demand, and those resources are used to create consumer staples (for one example), everyone becomes impacted in rising costs and wealth drawdown. Let’s think to overall basics: water, paper, medical. We need water to live, it’s a fact. The amount of things you touch in a day that have anything to do with wood or paper, very high touchpoint. Medical – human capital to create solutions, deploy, resolve and protect, plus all other resources associated.
Today I’m using logic as to where we can expect to see price increases (some in excess) come future.
What’s A Buy In Wealth Creation & What’s Set to Increase In Price:
- Biotech (sector)
- Paper products (no brainer)
- Water (always)
- Tech (and some subscription services you’d least expect)
- Organic and holistic healthcare (related)
- Private sector investments related to sustainable business
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