So, my understanding from Jim’s post is that scarcity isn’t really a problem anymore. If that’s the case, won’t that drive prices down quite a bit? That seems like basic supply and demand to me. When items become more scarce, the supply decreases driving the price up. So if items are less scarce then would supply decrease, driving the price down? If this is the case, why isn’t the average price level lower? Why is it still staying the same?
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