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Shipping - A dropshipper or wholesale
dropship company ships wholesale merchandise
blind for online retailers or auction sellers,
taking away the need to store products in
of Allegiance - A patriotic oath to the
flag of the United States of America used
by Americans to show their loyalty to their
- Stagflation results when a recession, or
economic stagnation, is combined with inflation
(decrease in value of the currency).
- A recession refers to a period of economic
decline in a country's Gross Domestic Product
(GDP) for more than two consecutive quarters.
- Deflation is a negative inflation rate and
refers to a decrease in the overall price
or cost of goods and services. While inflation
reduces the actual value of money, deflation
increases the value of each unit of currency
but is usually seen as a negative result of
a poor economy where there has been a decrease
in the money supply and less credit lending.
depression is a long downturn of a country's
economy, usually marked by a long economic
recession, decline in economic growth, increase
in job cuts, significant increases in unemployment,
and a significant downturn in stock markets.
Management - Time management refers to
the ability to properly plan and use time
in order to promote efficiency and productivity.
Instead of actually managing time itself,
the term refers to the management of activities
and processes that occur during a general
or specified period of time.
Scheme - Ponzi
scheme is the name of a fraudulent operation
designed to take money from new "investors"
and give it to previous "investors"
instead of using it to create an actual profit.
Ponzi schemes are usually cloaked by seemingly
legitimate investment operations with high
returns for those who buy into the program.
Named after Charles Ponzi.
- Entrepreneurship refers to an individual
or group of individuals who start a new business
or organization or revitalize an existing
business or organization. These include businesses
or projects for profit as well as non-profit
- Sociology refers to the study of human behavior
and society as a whole. Sociology usually
incorporates the history and evolution of
human behavior, the institutions, structure,
development, and organization of human society.
- Developed by Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels
in the 19th century, Marxism refers to the
idea that all evolving economies ultimately
take the same course: Feudalism to capitalism
and eventually ending up as a socialist or
communist environment where economic and social
classes no longer exist.
of Global Warming - Mitigation of Global
Warming refers to the actions taken by individuals
or corporations to reduce the greenhouse gas
emissions in order to minimize their effects
on global climate change.
Gas - Greenhouse gases refer to gases
in the Earth's atmosphere that prevent the
release of heat into space and therefore maintain
heat retention in the atmosphere of the planet.
Much like a greenhouse trapping the heat of
the sun, greenhouse gases act like a clear
insulating blanket, allowing the sun's energy
to warm the atmosphere but not allowing the
Earth to radiate some of that heat back into
Dioxide - Carbon dioxide is a molecule
consisting of one carbon atom and two oxygen
atoms. This molecule is a common by-product
of animal and plant respiratory functions
and is found naturally in the Earth's atmosphere
as a gas. Carbon Dioxide is also required
by plants for photosynthesis in which the
molecule is used in combination with water
to create cellulose and sugars.
- A Deadline is a specific date or due date
by a which time a project must be completed
or debt paid. The term also refers to a time
limit or specific length of time by the end
of which the project or debt must be finished.
Failure to meet a deadline usually results
in negative consequences.
Help - Self Help, otherwise known as Self
Improvement, refers to the acts of an individual
to improve himself or herself without assistance
from anyone else. The term refers to any measure
used to improve mental, physical, financial
or spiritual conditions alone or by means
of books or other reference materials.
- Usually refers to the act of generosity
associated with giving money, time, or effort
to a charitable cause or institution under
the intention of improving the well-being
Responsibility - The Term Social Responsibility
refers to the idea that companies and corporations
should contribute wealth or resources solely
dedicated to the improvement of society as
a whole. The principal of social responsibility
dictates that these entities should contribute
at least a small amount of resources to the
general well being of humanity.
Warming - Is the increase in the Earth's
overall average temperature over recent decades
and its projected increase in coming years.
In recent years, this term has been used to
describe the effect of human activities on
the Earth's atmosphere.
- Refers to an individual whose net wealth
equals or exceeds one billion dollars or pounds.
If the individual has wealth in a currency
other than dollars or pounds, the value of
wealth is assessed according to general exchange
- Is an individual whose net worth is equivalent
to or greater than one million dollars or
one million British pounds. Individuals who
quantify their worth in other currencies qualify
as millionaires based on the exchange rate
and their estimated value in dollars or pounds.
Monday 1987 - Is the Monday on October
19, 1987 when the Dow Jones Industrial Average
lost 22.6% and similar stock markets around
the world dropped enormous percentages.
Market - Is a declining stock market,
in which consumer confidence and financial
expectations are on a decline and the market
continues to lose value.
Market - Refers to the state of a market,
usually a stock market, or trading group (bonds,
commodities, etc.) where financial confidence
and expectations are high and the market itself
is rising in value.
Loans - Is a loan used to purchase property,
often referred to as a mortgage or a home
Lending - Is a type of lending commonly
used in the United States of America by borrowers
that would not usually qualify for a regular
Crisis - Is a 2007 financial crisis that
started in the United States of America from
the high number of defaulting borrowers with
Street Crash 1929 - Refers to the dates
in late October of 1929 during which the American
stock market crashed, causing widespread panic
through the population and ultimately solidifying
the beginning of The Great Depression.
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