The Invisible Hand of The Market
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The Free Market
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The Invisible Hand of The Market is a term economists use to describe how factors and forces like supply, demand and profit margin work together to create opportunity and provide balance in free markets. At least that's what you'll read in an economics textbook.


Artist's rendering of the Invisible Hand, working its magic.

But anyone who is paying attention knows that The Invisible Hand of The Market is not actually invisible, if you look through the eyes of faith. It is the hand of God, making sure that companies like Halliburton, Bechtel, KBR, United Defense Industries, The Carlyle Group, Enron and other major components of Stephen's investment portfolio remain strong.

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