Jump to navigation
The ability of a firm (or group of firms) to influence the price of a good, either by setting the quantity traded or by setting the price.
Countless arguments can be made that the stock market is overvalued, and just as many that it is undervalued.
All prices are not created equal
Economics professor Howie Baetjer of Towson University explains how the market process generates improvements in the human condition.
Vince Kosuga farmed onions. Then he tried trading them on the market, too. He made millions. Today on the show: How trading got so out of hand that the Chicago River flowed with America's onions.