Economics 2029 (Econ 2029) is the macroeconomics component of America 2029.

While macroeconomics is usually left for the university professors, in America 2029, everyone can explore ways to personally profit from contributing to the overall macroeconomics that will be evolving. Three central tenets of Econ 2029 are that
  1. Giving is personally more profitable than receiving (if done correctly). [See, for example, Adam Grant, Give and Take: Why Helping Others Drives Our Success (2013).]
  2. Everyone can profit from leverage, not just those at the top of the pyramid.
  3. Spending money, rather than parking your money, is better for everyone—as long as you spend it on ways to improve yourself. [See Econ 101 Introduction to Economics, below.]

Many other economic principles derive from these 3 central tenets:
  • An easy form of leverage for everyone is the sharing economy. The more individuals can share with others, the more they will "have," since full ownership is not required for enjoyment.
  • Anyone can create or join their own leveraged network. With the right set of rules (known as Net 2029), anyone can enjoy leveraged profits from the network.
  • All workers need to recognize that, while they are clearly consumers, making purchases, they are also producers, providing something of value. All workers can take control of their future and create leverage when they recognize this power.
  • In America 2029 and its economy (Econ 2029), there is little distinction between workers, management, shareholders, and customers. If you believe in your primary objectives, then you should do the work, manage the process, invest, and buy all with your primary objectives in mind.
  • A primary goal of Econ 2029 is to create hypermoney—money that moves so rapidly that people stop thinking of it as spending money. Upon the advice of computer software, individuals will rapidly spend money towards their goals, with money rapidly returning to them after their expenditures. This is related to the concept of negative expenditures, which is when you make money by spending it.
  • Volatility is not necessary for large gains in investments. Investors can bet on an inevitably profitable future without going through the ups and downs in intrinsic value. Computers can track intrinsic value and keep it on course as events change, avoiding panic-selling. Volatility is a phenomenon maximized by "traders" who like to profit from the frequent swings in value, while everyone else loses.
  • Traders, relax... We're not trying to stop you from rapid trades. We want to change the nature of your trades. Explore how hypermoney can achieve the same goal for you, using similar techniques, without you having to skim profits off of others.

If you'd like more details on Econ 2029, send an e-mail to EconTheory@America2029.com. Before you explore our research, you may find it useful to first examine Econ 101 Introduction to Economics.

To personally profit from Econ 2029, send an e-mail with your personal objectives to Econ@America2029.com.



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