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Tuesday 03 of October 2023 12:21:57 AM


RRX Monetary Policy
Monetary policy research:

RRX is conducting preliminary research into next generation monetary & fiscal policy.

It seems not so long ago now that the first versions of comprehensive simulations, of geopolitical economies were able to predict macroeconomics factors, to some extent.

This was, apparently, accomplished by using a set of partial differential equations in iterative convergence, from a set of starting assumptions and measurements.

In the modern global economy one it seems would be well advised to be appraised, in a timely manner, of the relative disposition of ones potential competitors, in a given context.

Clearly this implies simulating not only ones own macroeconomics forecast, but those of all major trading partners, and competitors as well.

In any case the simulation of a single geopolitical economy, while somewhat credible a few decades ago, would not likely be considered so in the current context.

One may consider next generation policy formation as unnecessarily risky without such look ahead tools firmly in place.

Notably one might be wise to keep such modeling information, for the most part, under wraps and well secured.

Assuming one has a reasonable forecast based on sound fundamentals, it might be advisable to margin the future optimization factors by using risk assessment of particular investments.

Clearly exemplary monetary and fiscal discipline, combined with high quality crafted trade relations, and making the right decisions at the right time, in the economic cycle, are preliminary maneuvers to right size investment and rate policy, for optimization of ones look ahead context.

This process it seems will result in the maximum potential benefit, for the participants of ones body politic, or de facto arrangement, in the sense that long term fiscal policy should be near optimal for ones context.

In a particular context one might be well advised to look dispassionately and objectively, for ones relative geopolitical strengths, and weaknesses, with respect to the apparent trends of competitive economies.

Some efforts at creating or augmenting revenue flow, may not be sustainable for long periods due to several factors, while other methods though possibly less attractive, might prove more reliable.

Clearly one would like to dispose ones policy in such fashion as to optimize the overall fiscal aggregate, in the long term.

In general one might like to minimize infrastructure costs while maximizing productivity, and real net revenue flow overall.

In such case it seems advisable to concentrate investment on the profit centres of the current context, while also margining the possibility of next generation product and service profits.

Clearly mitigating factors which are likely to lead to degradation of ability to produce competitive output, should also receive attention.

In a fast paced global economy where double digit rate factors are common, for short term bursts, one it seems should pay particular attention to geopolitical orientation, in terms of relative sustainability.

Often the cost of production for particular types of products and services, will be significantly different for differing geopolitical domains.

Clearly this is one of the great motivations for trade, and as such one might be well advised to carefully analyze the possibilities implied.

In the context of trade transactions a simple robust scheme inducing a high level of trust across geopolitical customs, is likely to be most efficient.

Factors which lower the barriers of doubt and mistrust as to the veracity, and quality of the transaction might augment the probability of increased sales, with lower marketing investment.

From the perspective of improving the prospect of export goods and services, one might be advised to carefully consider the true cost of production in relative terms, commensurate with ones simulated look ahead scenario.

The context for detailed implementation of a particular geopolitical model for a body politic or de facto arrangement, may to some extent imply optimization through the artifice of delaying repayment of monetary representation tokens, to some indeterminate future time.

One might expect that the future context will be more able to sustain the deferred cost, of what might have been represented as emergency expenditures, in a previous context.

However it may be that one is, except in the most grave instances, merely padding current luxury at the expense of future mission critical functionality.

As this distinction might be critical to the long term survival of a body politic, or de facto arrangement, it may be wise to have provisions for criterion leading to cost deferral, written into ones constitution or set of guidelines of whatever form.


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