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Stocks and part prices

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Are there specific stocks or other “things” that are related to the rise and fall of computer parts? I know pcpartpicker has a graphic about it but I wanted to know if there was individual stocks or business etc, that control prices. 

 

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(i don’t really know what I’m talking about here so excuse me if it is all gibberish)

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Its a well rounded economic model

 

Affected by politics, environmental factors, fads (like mining). Then there's good and bad company specific decisions that can change things like production rate 

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1 minute ago, Slottr said:

Its a well rounded economic model

 

Affected by politics, environmental factors, fads (like mining). Then there's good and bad company specifics decisions that can change things like production rate 

Okay thank you!:)

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Supply&Demand. Collusion. Taxations between countries. A wannabe dictator trying to bully other countries to do his bidding but they aren't taking his shit... Many things really.

 

Stock prices don't really affect the price of parts themselves. What it does is inflating the ego of whoever is on top thinking they can get away with anything... like increasing the price on their popular products... and then the stock price promptly take a nose dive from that terrible decision.

Then there's patent trolls/scumbags who might be buying the rights to something in particular and increasing the cost overnight for others to use it... Haven't found a tech example, but this kind of shit does happen.

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