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Do you think that marketers seek to manipulate consumers and convince them to spend money that they don’t have?

Question by ChiCityGirl: Do you think that marketers seek to manipulate consumers and convince them to spend money that they don’t have?
Marketers are the target of a lot of criticism. The current economic crisis – fueled in part by consumer overspending – is a phenomenon that has lead some critics to question whether or not marketing itself is really ethical.

1) Do you think that marketers seek to manipulate consumers and convince them to spend money that they don’t have?

2) Have you ever felt like this was happening to you?

Best answer:

Answer by Regilla
In the majority of cases yes, I do believe that.

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Make Money Rubber Stamps Kit

Make Money Rubber Stamps Kit

Make Money Rubber Stamps Kit

  • Two pads of blank bank-notes plus rubber stamps and ink pads to create any currency.
  • Similar to quantitative easing but so much more fun!
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Two pads of blank bank-notes plus rubber stamps and ink pads to create any currency.Similar to quantitative easing but so much more fun!

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capitalist societies rely on consumers spending money to make the economy work. So Obama raises the income tax?

Question by 4 Gram Blunts: capitalist societies rely on consumers spending money to make the economy work. So Obama raises the income tax?
and now we all have less money to spend. wtf? I made a modest 600$ a week and now i make around 430$ . that 170$ was used to put gas in my car,groceriess, water bill and other misc. bills. How about this idea, government. Stop spending money you dont have fighting pointless wars and then putting the burden of your stupid decisions on the citizens. This country is going to sh*t.

Best answer:

Answer by Carl
In case you don’t understand how things work; the largest consumer is the government. Without the government spending the economy would collapse.

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Foreclosure Investing: Learn the secrets to making money buying foreclosures (Volume 1)

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What is the amount of money consumers spend in a year in the U.S.? In Trillions?

Question by ckw0058: What is the amount of money consumers spend in a year in the U.S.? In Trillions?

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Answer by BasudebSensEconomics
one can get some broad estimates of magnitude of US Consumer spending.
Consumer Expenditure Summary Report
Consumer Expenditure Totals (Average Household Annual Expenditures)
2006 Estimate
Total Households 130,262
Total Avg Household Expenditure $ 52,410
So, total annual consumer expenditure in 2006 was
130,262* $ 52,410 = $ 6.8 trillion.
If we are looking for totap personal expenditure, the official statistics is as follows:
Line 2005 2006 2007 (in billion $ )
1 Personal consumption expenditures 8,707.8 9,224.5 9,732.0
2 Durable goods 1,023.9 1,048.9 1,079.6
3 Motor vehicles and parts 444.9 434.2 441.3
4 Furniture and household equipment 378.2 404.1 416.9
5 Other 200.7 210.6 221.4
6 Nondurable goods 2,516.2 2,688.0 2,833.0
7 Food 1,183.8 1,259.3 1,336.6
8 Clothing and shoes 341.7 357.2 370.9
9 Gasoline, fuel oil, and other
energy goods 301.8 340.1 363.0
10 Gasoline and oil 280.7 318.6 337.9
11 Fuel oil and coal 21.1 21.6 25.1
12 Other 688.8 731.4 762.5
13 Services 5,167.8 5,487.6 5,819.4
14 Housing 1,298.7 1,381.3 1,466.2
15 Household operation 481.0 501.6 528.6
16 Electricity and gas 198.7 209.8 224.5
17 Other household operation 282.3 291.8 304.2
18 Transportation 324.2 340.6 358.3
19 Medical care 1,492.6 1,587.7 1,687.4
20 Recreation 358.8 381.0 401.7
21 Other 1,212.4 1,295.3 1,377.3
Addenda:
22 Energy goods and services 1 500.6 550.0 587.5
23 Personal consumption expenditures
excluding food and energy 7,023.4 7,415.3 7,808.0

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Money and the Natural Rate of Unemployment

Money and the Natural Rate of Unemployment

Money and the Natural Rate of Unemployment

This book presents a revisionist view of monetary policy and monetary regimes. It presents several new mechanisms, indicating that money affects long-term production. The consequent policy implications are also discussed, including: the uses of monetary policy and monetary regimes in achieving macroeconomic goals; the impact of an independent central bank; the effects of a movement from floating exchange rates to fixed exchange rates in a monetary union. In addition to the theoretical and policy discussions the book also contains a comprehensive survey of the current state of scholarship in this area.

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Money #1 Issue Facing Americans in 2013 Followed by Employment & Economy, According to Prosper Insights & Analytics Analysis

Worthington, OH (PRWEB) January 22, 2013

Money tops the list of issues facing Americans in 2013 according to a recent analysis of the latest data from American Pulse (Jan-13). Employment and the economy are also weighing on peoples minds, however not nearly as much as issues relating to their finances (or lack thereof).

Top 10 Issues Facing Americans Going Into 2013* (Adults 18+)

Money — 32.3%

Employment — 8.2%

Economy — 7.5%

Cost of Living — 5.9%

Health/Illness — 5.5%

Healthcare — 5.1%

Taxes — 4.4%

Housing — 3.8%

Debt — 3.4%

Government — 3.0%

Source: American Pulse, Jan-13

*Based on the write in question: What is the #1 issue facing you and your household going into 2013?

Responses are unaided and indicate the top issues currently facing Americans.

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The analysis also examines data from the Economic Indicators InsightCenter (which brings together data from multiple U.S. government sources such as the Bureau of Economic Analysis, Bureau of Labor Statistics, and the Federal Reserve) to reveal factors that may be contributing to concerns regarding the top three issues specifically.

Money

Coming out of the holiday season, consumers are typically focused on saving money. This year, however, 77% of Americans also found their paychecks shrinking from higher taxes resulting from the fiscal cliff deal, according to estimates from the Tax Policy Center.

Further, outstanding consumer credit debt is up 5.9% from November 2011 to 2012 which equates to approximately $ 153 Billion. The credit crunch appears to be weighing on the minds of consumers as 36.3% are looking to pay down debt and 36.1% are decreasing spending over the next three months (source: http://www.ConsumerSnapshot.com) .

Employment

Adding to consumers money woes is the less-than-stellar employment environment, with a large portion of Americans continuing to worry about unemployment, underemployment, and job security. And its no wonder whythough there has been an improvement in the official unemployment rate over the past year (7.8% December 2012 vs. 8.5% December 2011), the number of Americans currently looking for work remains well over pre-recession era levels. The less-cited U-6 rate of unemployment, which includes the unemployed, the marginally attached, and those employed part-time for economic reasons, was 14.4% in December 2012.

Economy

Given consumers concerns over their personal financial situation and the employment environment, its not surprising that the economy in general ranks number three on the list. Although ushering in the New Year generally brings feelings of optimism, confidence in the economy declined two points from December (37.6% December 2012 vs. 35.3% January 2013). While the percentage of those confident/very confident in the economy is elevated from January readings throughout the recession, consumer confidence will likely remain shaky in 2013. Talks of a new debt ceiling crisis monopolizing news headlines and general distrust in Washingtons ability to manage the economy continue to impact this key measure of consumer mindsets.

Prosper Insights & Analytics

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