Companies that are run into the ground are supposed to cease to exist. Companies that function well are supposed to flourish. We're messing with that dynamic now, and it's going to hurt us long-term (look at the auto companies).Today, the money has the free hand.
Money buys companies.
To run them to the ground.
In order to increase the short time profit.
Investors absolutely build things. Without them, corporations do not exist, people don't work, and the entire economy grinds to a halt. More than half of adult Americans are investors in publicly-traded companies, either individually or through 401(k) programs and the like.What is wrong with the stock market?
The investor does not settle. He is not a builder.
He blows the building up.
Do not base in what is not. Base in what is.