The trickle down theory says that the less you spend, the more you get back.
But it doesn’t always work that way.
The theory is based on the idea that businesses tend to spend more when they are more profitable, but businesses are usually only able to do that if they get a good return on their investment.
That is because the amount of income they earn from their investments tends to be higher than the amount they spend.
It is a simple theory.
However, it is not as simple as you might think.
It relies on assumptions about business behavior that are not always accurate.
For instance, the theory relies on the assumption that businesses will spend less if their income grows.
The theory assumes that the more profitable a business is, the less it will spend on new products.
But businesses don’t always spend more.
In fact, if you look at the growth of the economy over the past 50 years, the economy has actually grown more slowly than the theory predicts.
And it is the economy that is actually growing.
How the trickle up economics theory worksLet’s take a look at how the trickle-down theory works.
The theory says businesses will increase spending when they get more income, but it is generally incorrect to assume that businesses are always more efficient than they otherwise would be.
If you look back at the historical data, you can see that the trend in business investment has been negative for decades.
In other words, businesses are not increasing their spending if they have less money to spend.
The reason is simple.
When businesses get more money, they spend more and more.
In fact, as businesses get bigger and more profitable they are not spending as much as they used to.
In fact the reason businesses are spending less now is that the economy is not growing fast enough to pay the bills.
The trend of businesses not spending more is a trend that has been going on for decades and that is still going on.
The chart below shows the percentage of the U.S. economy that businesses have increased in the last 50 years.
Businesses are increasing spending when there is a recessionThe chart shows that businesses increased spending during recessions.
However, when the economy was in the midst of a recovery in the late 1990s and early 2000s, businesses did not spend as much.
Business investment has decreased in the past five yearsBusinesses have decreased spending when the Federal Reserve has increased its interest rateInterest rates are also a factor that can affect business investment.
Businesses are less likely to invest when the Fed has increased interest rates.
The Fed has raised interest rates five times since 2010, but only twice in a row since January.
When the Fed raised interest, it did so with the goal of stimulating the economy, not hurting it.
The chart below displays the number of businesses that have increased their investment in the U