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* The problem is that you must take a risk and convert your cash money in property of some production factors if you like look for something to '''make plusvalues''' for your own.
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* The problem is that you must take a risk and convert your cash money in property of some production factors if you would like to look for something to '''make plus-values''' for your own.
* Currently when you by an object in order to purchase a plusvalues the biggest problem is that you must put in your cash and keep a risk. This cash cannot serve your savings needs. This cash cannot serve your consumation needs.
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* Currently when you buy an object in order to purchase a plus-values the biggest problem is that you must put in your cash and keep a risk. This cash cannot serve your savings needs. This cash cannot serve your future needs.
But if you want to make plusvalues can you do it in a cash phasis (cashkeeping) and risk free ?
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But if you want to make plus-values can you do it in a cash basis (cash keeping) and risk free ?
  
  
 
* Identify and verify the root causes Construct a cause & effect diagram, review and identify the root cause.
 
* Identify and verify the root causes Construct a cause & effect diagram, review and identify the root cause.
  
* Yes, you can, but we must enlarge the Classical Economy. Here we will see the concep of a new action over the money, it means _'''to datevalue''' it, like if you spend it, like if you save it or like if you invest it.  
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* Yes, you can, but we must enlarge the Classical Economy. Here we will see the concept of a new action over the money, it means '''to date-value''' it, like if you spend it, like if you save it or like if you invest it.  
And as this '''datevaluation action produces plusvalues''', the process is the first substitute of the investment. It must be one solution to the John-Maynard Keynes question to resolve crisis's causes.  
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And as this '''date-valuation action produces plus-values''', the process is the first substitute of the investment. It must be one solution to the John-Maynard Keynes question to resolve crisis's causes.  
  
 
Develop a solution and action plan Generate potential solutions, rank these and then generate the tasks to deliver the solution.Construct a details plan
 
Develop a solution and action plan Generate potential solutions, rank these and then generate the tasks to deliver the solution.Construct a details plan

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Plan

  • The problem is that you must take a risk and convert your cash money in property of some production factors if you would like to look for something to make plus-values for your own.
  • Currently when you buy an object in order to purchase a plus-values the biggest problem is that you must put in your cash and keep a risk. This cash cannot serve your savings needs. This cash cannot serve your future needs.

But if you want to make plus-values can you do it in a cash basis (cash keeping) and risk free ?


  • Identify and verify the root causes Construct a cause & effect diagram, review and identify the root cause.
  • Yes, you can, but we must enlarge the Classical Economy. Here we will see the concept of a new action over the money, it means to date-value it, like if you spend it, like if you save it or like if you invest it.

And as this date-valuation action produces plus-values, the process is the first substitute of the investment. It must be one solution to the John-Maynard Keynes question to resolve crisis's causes.

Develop a solution and action plan Generate potential solutions, rank these and then generate the tasks to deliver the solution.Construct a details plan

Do

  • Implement the solution Communicate the plan and review the plan regularly amongst all concerned.

Check

  • Review and Evaluate Use the performance measures identified in step 2 to review and evaluate the results of the change

Act

  • Reflect and act on what you have learnt Assess the problem solving process to obtain lessons learnt.Continue the improvement process where needed.