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Perhaps, have you heard of the term Trading? When asking your neighbors, relatives, or friends about their work and how they make a lot of money, their answers can be Trading. What is trading? What does trading activity mean? Check out the answer in this article.

What is trading?

Trading is an adaptation of English which means exchanging goods or services from one party to another.

The exchange activity arises because of specialization and division of labor (specialization of labor). That is, because the individual's skills have been conical and divided, they only focus on the production of a particular item or service specifically. As a result, they do not have enough time and resources to meet all their needs.
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Therefore, trading activities underlie each individual to exchange goods or services produced by them with their individual needs. The earliest trading activities were known as barter, the simplest form of exchange before standardized exchange tools such as money were discovered.
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After the discovery of a currency, trading activities change. The exchange process becomes much more efficient with the emergence of a division of supply (sell) with demand (buy). Because of this increase in efficiency, individuals have the potential to get a profit surplus or profit compared to their initial capital.

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