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I think not, for three reasons. The first is that even the adjustments that every economist would favor in principle, such as subtracting depreciation from market value, involve contestable judgments (there is a measure called Net Domestic Product that subtracts normal depreciation from GDP).

I agree... Having a product in the marketplace that has demand with zero competition is a dream come true. These Marketing idiots out there are LAZY and don't want to do market studies on something that's new because, God forbid, these idiots have to do some work. It's much easier for them to look at a new product and apply an existing formula to that application where as a new product to the market means they have to create a new formuls.

Marketing people in consumer products suck and have NO clue what the hell is going on. They all live in a box and are afraid to see potential in their vision. They lack vision !!!!

That's the kind of image that i really thing is super image like. If more images very real like this were out there we'd be super full of graet images in the world.

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