You essentially are correct. The Hedge-fund market is losing ground because it is not based on actual performance. The multinational corps are being broken up by new trade agreements that allow local industry to compete on its own.
Under the Trump economy an apple grower in Washington state can sell his apples to the highest bidder. Under the Multi system he is required to sell to a single buyer who sets the price for his apples in each market.
The Multis control whole industries globally. His apples may sell for $1. in the US market and only $.10 in an African market. The farmer is getting $.05 for his apples because he has no other market to sell to. He is obligated to sell to the single buyer because there is no other market open to him.
The Multis have a vertical monopoly on apples from the grower to the broker to the wholesaler to the retailer. They have been working on the final step, the consumer. Under cover of law the Multis control legislation in each country that determines what the consumer can buy.
So the world markets have been set up as a 21st century medieval society to keep the rich, rich.
Time to rip it up and try again....
Thats quite the fantasy youve concocted.
Can you give me an example of this change, in practice, in the last two years?