JamesPhoniex (White Giant)
| Friday, July 25, 2008 - 03:25 am |
Alright I will. Look at the public corporations for instance for direct sale of shares. A player would have more control over who makes money off of their public corp. Who likes to lose money to someone else they dont know? On another thought the common market would be a great way to implement the share market. Instead of contracts for goods you can buy shares of your allies public corps. Countries would automatically get these shares. You can even have that limit rule where you cant own a percentage above an amount. Plus it makes it easier to archieve that below 25% market share. The common market is good for weapons trading too in a federation. It can be good as it is if used for the right purpose. This way it is not a complete failure when you consider that it can make a profit.