>>1066706 I dunno. It kinda depends on the situation. The bread maker uses .50 of ingredients and sells his bread for 2.00. He made the ingredient supplier .50 richer, he gave 2 dollars of economic value to the consumer and gets to keep 1.50. If you attribute the value of the item at the level of what they were willing to pay, then we are actually talking a positive sum situation.
Then you have people like divorce lawyers, who destroy family units for large sums of money. This is, depending on how you look at the family unit destruction, either zero sum or negative sum.
>>1066723 The bread seller can't succeed if there are 50 other bread sellers in the neighborhood and they're all better than him. If there is an existing exceptional bread seller in the neighborhood he's also in a position to defeat even better bread sellers simply because he is established and most people won't try something new if they already have something that they like.
There are certainly opportunities lost for every success. It's always zero sum.
On another note, doesn't this require a substantial amount of leftover capital? And even then, wouldn't it only help you gt more disposable income, not ever really reaching the rich or wealthy milestones?
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