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Nov 21, 2010


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I like your analogy. It is easy to understand since all of us have been stuck in traffic at some point. There's no getting products out or in faster than your system can handle that flow.

Businesses crash when they don't pay attention to this rule. However business people who take the time to properly analyze how much volume they can realistically trade, free up their cash and are more solvent. This makes them more dynamic and better able to adapt and be more profitable.

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