To be at the point where the market is in a position to either expand or contract. This is where the companies who are expanding will have a “head start” to making it in the market. This is where the companies who are contracting are “behind the curve” in their market growth. This is why all companies must work at the margins.
This is why every company works at the margins in their business. The problem is when the margins are too high or too low and the company has to work at the margin to make it through the day.
The companies that are expanding the market don’t expand all of the time. They have the resources and the capital to expand when the market is in a position to do so. They don’t have to expand to fill the gaps in the market. They don’t have to expand because they don’t have to. They have to expand because the market is in a position to either expand or contract.
I have a huge hard time seeing how there can be a competitive industry that is both expanding and contracting at the same time in the same industry. If you can just get more people to buy the product at the same time, you’re probably going to see an increase in sales. If you can get more people to buy the product at the same time, you’re probably going to see a decrease in sales.
That is the best, and most obvious explanation.
Contract because the market is in a position to either contract or expand. I can see contract, but not expand, and if it is expand, I can’t see how it can be contract because the market is in a position to either contract or expand. I think it is possible to have a market that is both expanding and contracting at the same time, but that is not something I see in real life.
I really like this explanation because it seems to explain a lot of why we see a decrease in sales in a competitive industry. Contractions and expansions happen all the time, and they can be good. If the market is contracting and you are selling X in order to either expand or contract, you can either reduce the amount you are selling, or you can increase prices.
Contractions and expansions happen because companies need to make their product more efficient, or they need to make more money, or they need to grow their customer base. I’m sure that many companies do all of these things, but the fact that it is possible to have a market that is both growing and contracting at the same time is a huge change from the last century, where it is not possible at all.
A lot of companies are contracting at the moment, because it is becoming increasingly difficult to find enough employees to keep up with ever increasing demand. In the long run, it would be much better if we didn’t have to contract. But that’s a topic for another day.
One of the most important things that we can do, in the long run, is to focus on contracting. We can’t just grow at a high rate forever, because we can’t grow forever. And we can’t grow at a high rate forever simply because we are unable to find enough employees.