Personally, I don’t this is a great comment at all! Quite the opposite, in fact!
It is, misleadingly dangerous and promotes an attitude of lethargy towards a topic that potentially may end in irrepairable damage to our entire existence of a species as well as to the existence of countless numbers of innocent other species of flora, fauna, etc.
The “market” is not a “third party” with a mind, intelligence and will of its own. It is purely the combined net action of those active in and on that market - take them away and the whole market vanishes instantly.
The market only seems to have an identity and intelligence of its own if and because it is too big for any one personal to be capable of identifying all the activity taking place in it.
To assume that the world and the markets are one and the same in character, each with its own mind regardless of our collective input is to instill a sense of complacency and an attitude of fatalistic “there is nothing I can do about it anyway”.
There is, in my opinion, sufficient evidence to show that there are significant and dangerous changes occurring, the consequences of which, if correct, may be catastophic and irreversible in our future. And in any SWOT type analysis, that kind of threat/consequence demands serious attention, not an “oh well, it is the Earth’s own problem not mine, let the globe sort itself out”.
It is a sad indictment of the stupidity of the human race that it can ignore such issues but happily and readily throws missiles at each other killing innocent people. But I really shouldn’t be commenting here, I resigned from the human race over 20 years ago. I do my bit, that’s about all I can manage!
I really didn’t mean to get involved in this debate, although it is a very serious issue, I just wanted to point @tommor to another major release that he may not have seen. Sorry to tread on toes here