Question to the Stock Analysts

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    What if two variables will be implemented in the calculations of an stock market enterprise:

    1. The "Stability factor": This variable is considered to the profit-making ability of an enterprise at all. As long as it doesn´t make loss, an enterprise shows it´s ability to be a safe financial investment.

    2. The "consument making factor": This variable is considered to the numbers of the employees, an enterprise is engaging. The more employees an enterprise has, the more consuments does it produce, what makes a better profit-gaining atmosphere at all.
     

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