Hello, colleagues! Here I found a chart of the UK stock market (Share Prices in the United Kingdom) from 1709 (at the beginning there were only two companies, the South Sea Company and the British East India Company, then new ones were added and dropped out). Consider the key events on the chart. The entire schedule (hereinafter throughout the annual plan). The graph shows periods of stagnation (flat), long rises (and a sharp drop in the 70s): More details by year: The Industrial Revolution was a transition to new production processes in Great Britain, continental Europe and the United States in the period from about 1760 to 1820- 1840s. This transition included the shift from manual to machine production methods, new chemical and iron production processes, the increasing use of steam and water power, the development of machine tools, and the rise of the mechanized factory system. The volume of production increased significantly, and the result was an unprecedented increase in population and population growth rates. After this rapid growth, the first world market began, which did not completely resolve all issues, and then the second world war. After the second world war, it was necessary to restore the European continent and the market reacted rapid growth with a flat in the 60s near the HP level (and then a breakdown): Growth would have continued further (it then took its toll) if it were not for the unfolding events in Northern Ireland: From August 12 to August 16, 1969 throughout Northern Ireland there was an outbreak of political and sectarian violence that is often seen as the beginning of a thirty-year conflict known as the Troubles. The market sank by ~70% (hereinafter quarterly plan charts): Further rapid growth against the backdrop of the computer revolution, the collapse of the USSR (loss of influence in Europe) and the growth of China. After the collapse of the dot-coms in 2000, growth practically stopped and again flat (stagnation) with the mortgage crisis and covid: Conclusions. Rapid growth manifests itself after a change in the production paradigm (industrial and technological revolutions). Wars, first decline, then rise. The fastest way to take the means of production and then inject money into the plundered economies. The collapse and economic capture of states. Local conflicts or unrest within the country lead to a sharp decline. Cart: https://t.me/Tactica_Adversa

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