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Purchasing stock confidently requires the right knowledge. As Francis Bacon, the father of the scientific method once stated, “Knowledge is power.”

In mankind’s agricultural past, ownership of land and property meant power. During the Industrial Revolution, ownership of factories and machinery became the basis of wealth and power. Now more than ever, in our globally integrated cybernetic information driven world, knowledge and information in and of itself has become the basis of wealth and power. Examples of those that are powerful due to our current knowledge based society include the wealth of Bill Gates to the influence of the large pharmaceutical companies of which both are based on intellectual property rights.

Control of information is something corporate elites always recognized as a way to consolidate and build wealth and power. In 1983, 90% of American media was owned by 50 companies. Right now, over 90% of the information diet of 313 million Americans is controlled by 6 corporations: News Corporation, Disney, Comcast, Viacom, Time Warner, and CBS. That is 90% of everything Americans see, hear, and consider important. As author Tom Clancy pointed out, those that control the information can control the people. Governments that are despotic have long recognized the importance of controlling the flow of information in a society. For example, China’s government controls its population in part by maintaining massive surveillance and a content control system over their population’s access to the Internet. As elites and governments recognize the importance of controlling knowledge and information, so should you be seeking to build on your sources of information.

Decisions do not happen in a vacuum. They are best made when the individual has sufficient information to weigh the possible consequences of various choices. Access to the right information gives decision-making power, builds your range of options from which to make choices, and is a key step toward empowerment and building wealth. Knowledge gives competence and the capacity to act, and sets one on a path of never ending and self-initiated growth.

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