i understand what you're saying, but most of the money that's pumped into the economy is countered by the fact that players go inactive and get cked (without sting) on a very regular basis. the value of good on owl has never been increasing. if you're referring to cars, the only reason that the value of certain cars are insanely high is because if the restrictions imposed on importing them by the vehicle team. the only time vehicle values actually seem to increase is when people try to match them to the real life prices, which only happens when the latest year's models are released. as for properties, there are certain properties that are seen as 'desired', and therefore run up a high price, but my point is that that these properties have stayed the same value, even if that value is higher than it should be.
i can agree that a stock market may not be a good idea, and that it's very hard to administer, and i'm not saying that ft should control any stock. i'm saying that if people want something like this, gold shouldn't be the only commodity that's being traded. realistically, though, there aren't nearly enough people to create a buy-sell climate, and the only way that i can see something like this going ahead is if it's assisted oocly, or by some sort of script (which isn't exactly easy to make).