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Austin, TX (PRWEB) May 02, 2013
The latest opinion article from Absolute Rights contributor Brent Dickerson has been released, and it takes a certain angle on the American economy that relates the problems to human brain systems. According to Dickerson, the Dow Jones Industrial Average is an example of this.
“Researchers like Daniel Kahneman have shown that we have two brain systems,” wrote Dickerson. “Our default setting is to have the reactionary and impulsive quick thinking part of the brain make the initial decisions. All living things with a nervous system have this function. It is what saves us from danger. It is also the part that doesn’t have to work all that hard. Humans have developed a stage two brain that takes lots of energy to use and is what gave us the ability to change our environment so that we could pump quarters into a slot machine for eight hours in cool comfort while the sun cooks the Nevada desert to a horrifying temperature during the middle of August.”
“To put this all together, we have an economic environment where the only safe and profitable place to invest is in big companies on the DJIA. Because there is a glut of cash in our system looking for places to save, rather than being consumed through buying activity, we have what is known as demand for DJIA stocks,” Dickerson said.
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