It’s not to fill any void Chrisa. Gods’ judgement is bequested. I believe you may be agreeing with me here, actually. RoyJohn’s answer is fine and completely standard. To fill a void is to pay a price on desire, stated by RoyJohn. My understanding from my education is that there would have to be constutional economic structure to actually support a price on investment. With what is currently laid which isn’t much of anything but supply and demand, even price on desire is only increased by demand on supply of the particular stone. Therefore there’s a direct current price on any stone, which lawfully should be known and facilitated like the Chicago stock exchange on cheese, milk, bread, etc…a basis of a current price would inidicate a short timeline at which it would be sold. It’s simply a crap shoot as I see it. Most people want high end large stones at high prices because they only have 5-10 viable educated buyers. You simply can’t attract a general market they shy away for one of a thousand reasons and independent customers in criteria are hard to come by. A great presumption of mass millionaires. Most of the aspect is retail location infatuation.
Again with out constitutional economics drawn and proposed it’s an extremely weak market. I guess it all went wrong when man chose plastic bottles over refillable cantine…if you agree it will never happen in this lifetime I concur. The mere implementation is the difficulty and free wealth is something America coukdn’t handle as a basic unachieved royal law appreciated birthing was long the cause of nothing being the suit of this convention.
Obviously a thesis could be written into an abyss of nothingness but when you all end up wierd, remember no one is a Con they just lack constitutional economics.