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Hippie Student: What kind of hippie am I? Man, I’m a business hippie, I understand the concept of supply and demand! ” As the conversation between Kumar and the Hippie Student illustrates, the concept of supply and demand is fundamental to understanding why prices are what they are and why prices change. Ultimately, we are interested in developing a general framework to understand price formation, but first we must understand a simple market model where price is determined only by supply and demand.
Perhaps a better question is: Can you ever recall a food shortage occurring? Not anytime recently in the United States. The reason is that the profit motive, however selfish it may be, causes price differences in different time periods to equal storage costs (so long as no new harvest arrives). This means that the price difference will pay for the wages and salaries of workers involved in maintaining storage facilities, as well as all other storage costs. Arbitrage and the seeking of profits ensure an adequate supply of food throughout the year.
Suppose you have an investment that pays 10% interest for three years. This interest is compound interest, meaning the interest you earn in period 1 can be used to earn greater interest in period 2. 1) ϭ $1,100. 1) ϭ $1,210. 1)2 ϭ $1,210. 1) ϭ $1,331. 1)3 ϭ $1,331. If your discount rate is truly 10%, then you should be indifferent between $1,000 today and $1,331 in three years. This yields the important formula (Present Value)(1 ϩ r)T ϭ Value at time T, or Present Value ϭ (1 ϩ r)ϪT(Value at time T).
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