In some markets, the sheer volume of money flows into both good and bad companies, but when tougher conditions inevitably come, it’s the quality earnings that sustain.
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Contrary to traditional economic models, excess choice can be bewildering to consumers. Some customisation-from-scratch businesses are failing, and half-way solutions might be better.
Consumers are now having a bigger impact on China’s economic growth to the benefit of multinationals, but foreign companies can face boycotts when pursuing Chinese consumers.
Investors tend to believe that markets will keep going in the same direction they have been in the recent past – both on the way up and on the way down. Consumer sentiment peaks at the same time as the market.
* We resist change. Committing ourselves to a small change, even one that is unmistakably in our best interest, is often more frightening than ignoring a dangerous situation.