This is a question that is often asked but is often ignored because it is a topic with too many variables. I believe that it is possible to answer this question because we are all creatures of habit. The question is, why do we continue to do the things we think we can easily do but that we simply can’t? We can put our problem to rest by taking a look at the things we can do that we have been doing for years.
A good example of this is our own personal habits. We all have those “things we do every day” that we do without thinking about it. While this may seem like an insignificant habit, it certainly is a habit that has helped us create a living. For instance, when we are playing a game, we are not thinking about the game. We simply play it. We don’t even really think about it until a certain point in the game. We are just playing.
Now that we have a game, we have to think about it. And then we are able to do things that we have not been able to do before. This is one big reason why we’re in such a situation right now. We have been playing games for years. We have been doing things without thinking about it.
One reason why we are in control of our own lives is that we have a monopoly. Monopoly is the ability to keep doing things until someone else has a monopoly. This is why you have a monopoly on your own life. Some people would argue that this is still a monopoly, because you can’t do something you aren’t allowed to. But, yes. You can still do something that you wish you were allowed to do.
Monopoly exists when a few people control the supply and demand of a particular product. A monopoly is when the supply and demand of a product is controlled by one entity. An oligopoly is when the supply and demand of a product is controlled by two or more entities.
The most common cause of an oligopoly is a monopoly in production. For example, the most common cause of an oligopoly is the car industry. While the demand for cars is very high, the supply is very limited. Ford and GM have a monopoly on the Ford Model T car.
The other common cause of an oligopoly is a monopoly in distribution. For example, the most common cause of an oligopoly in distribution is the electronics industry. While the demand for TVs is very high, the supply is very limited. Apple and Motorola have a monopoly on the iPhone.
The problem is that when you have a monopoly in production, you can exploit the fact that other companies can no longer produce the same thing. To make it worse, once a company has a monopoly on a particular product or service, it can set prices just like a monopoly in distribution. So if you have a monopoly in production, you have to constantly compete on price to gain market share. But a monopoly in distribution doesn’t pay.
The term monopoly is derived from the Greek words “mono” meaning “one,” and “pol” meaning “the other.” A monopoly in distribution is like a one-sided agreement that you have to follow. In this case, you have to follow the price set by the oligopoly.
A monopoly in production is just like a monopoly in distribution. Its just that the oligopoly sets the price, and you still have to compete on price to make the product or service. A monopoly in distribution pays you to sell a particular product or service at a particular price. In this case, you might still have to compete for market share for the product.