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进行时GTDOLLAR将推出消费宝,区块链消费100%返还

进行时GTDOLLAR将推出消费宝,区块链消费100%返还

进行时GTDOLLAR将推出消费宝,区块链消费100%返还 消费返还也是资本投资,在经济界,尤其在经济理论界引起了巨大震动和轩然大波。自己的店买东西,也介绍别人到自己的店消费返还,生意好了,自然会分到利益,确实很让人心动。对于普通的消费者,如何通过消费行为成为资本家,才更有实际意义。就可以的一个只赚不赔生意。让你从此双赢!教你怎样通过消费返还险走向财富!花您本来就该花的钱,赚您本来赚不到的钱! 区块链消费返还是一种同时兼具消费和保障双重需求的新型险消费产品。消费返还险设有最低保证利率和历史年化结算利率,最低保证利率一般为3.5%-6% 什么是区块链消费返还 消费投资经济是指利用市场法则,通过资本本身的技巧性运作或资本的互动,实现价值增值、效益增长的一种经营方式。它的核心理念,就是把零散的资金集中起来,按照一定的比例,进行重新分配,让一部分人快速富起来。它与股票,基金等模式一样,只是方式方法不同,主体不同,本质上完全一样。利用互联网金融手段.联合商户.工厂.将中间渠道费消费返还.在消费返还时拿到现金回报,它与股票,基金等模式一样.比投资,股票,基金更安全更快回报更高,立即见效. GTDOLLAR推出消费宝资本互动是会员之间通过AI.BI.CI.DI.大数据和人功智能分析的推广体制. 投资是提供资金购买资本,货物,人们进行投资的目的无非是为了增加自己的财产!可是,投资不仅有资金的困扰,而且存在着太多不确定的风险。 在经济学领域内,消费被定义为是利用物品或劳务来满足人类需要的行为,其追求的直接目的是效用的最大化。人的本质是在消费方面,而不是在生产方面。人活着是为了消费,而不是生产。任何消费都是对人的某一种需要的满足。 生产资本的投资结果,如果没有消费资本的认可,价值可能是负数,因此存在着风险。只有消费才能决定货币资本能否实现其最终价值,决定市场上产品价值的是消费者,而不是企业。没有消费,货币资本的投资结果不能称其为价值,甚至是负债。只有消费者的资本,才能认可货币资本投资的成功。 如果从消费返还险角度去理解投资,投资的目的正是为了扩大消费,赚的钱只有花在自己身上,才是享受,只有消费才能真正显示人的存在价值。所以,人类的一切活动本质上都可归结为是一种消费活动。生产的最终目的也是消费,而不是生产本身。企业作为生产者生产出成品提供给消费者借以换取收益,这也是最基本的逻辑。消费相当于对生产结果再投资,而且是投资在自己身上,不赚钱但绝不会损失,因为换取了需要,所以消费是最安全地投资。 投资是花钱,消费也是花钱,投资花钱是为了换取更多的钱,是增加消费花钱是为了换取某种需要,是对净资产的一项消耗,因为无论如何,都得付出,是减少。同样的钱,却有截然不同的结果,似乎天经地义无可厚非。然而,生产消费者力量和消费资本论的观点却不这样认为,“生产消费者是在花钱的同时赚钱,在购物时创造收入而不是支出”,“消费也是资本,消费者的购买行为,不再是单纯的消费,他的消费行为同时变成了一种储蓄行为和参与企业生产的投资行为”。 甚至提出,消费也可以成为资本家。既然消费返还也是投资,那么投资给投资者带来了什么改变?用什么来体现投资行为的结果?用什么形式体现投资带来的回报?如何理解消费返还投资? 做一个获得报酬的消费者,在做消费者的同时,再次消费或介绍别人消费就可以得到财富。消费就是明智的购买者,到具有推荐产品的生产者那里购买产品和服务,然后把这些产品和服务推荐给认识的人,再教导别人做同样事情,就可以真正地在花钱的同时赚钱。生产消费主义背后的概念是,你帮助你的企业伙伴扩展生意,向人们推荐他们的产品和服务;这家公司为了报答你,会给你更多的折扣或者支付给你推荐费,或者两者都给你。你不仅得到了产品,还拥有自己的生意和建立资产的机会。这就是双赢。 让你从此双赢!教你怎样通过消费返还走向财富!花您本来就该花的钱,赚您本来赚不到的钱! 你帮我赚钱,我也帮你赚钱。这就是投之以桃报之以李,相辅相成。以拥有者的思维模式而不是顾客的模式思考,拥有权,就是生产消费的目的所在!

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