| Tuesday, May 03, 2005 - 03:05 am |
For anyone interested in seeing something, well, interesting, take a look at the graphs for supply and demand for FB production plants. The sharp peaks in demand are the result of immediate orders placed for hundreds or thousands of production plants. Doesn't it seem strange that last month there were about 300-400 production plants available for supply, but this month there are over 900 when there are only just over 300-400 corporations producing production plants? Rather interesting that this has occurred after the sharp increases in demand. Methinks some player(s) have been far too actively monitoring the production plant market and has been selling off reserve stock or there have been magical appearances of production plants into the market. Since w3c rarely makes such market changes, the latter is quite inconceivable...