Economic strategists believe that "Money could buy anything or any change we need". They emphasise the acquisition of or at the extremely least, influence over all forms of material goods, land, such as money, bonds, stocks, and any other tradable commodity. This strategy is hugely used in the United States and the Western world and is used most frequent through large corporations and through the extremely rich.
Inclusion in a group which espouses this approach commonly is based on possession or control of marketable resources. Influence inside the group is based at the perceived wealth. Many decisions are heavily, if not done, influence through questions of profitability as measured by an increase within tangible assets. This approach is highly rational that was based on the assumption that all people act more or less rationally from economic motives. Output, such groups often have high required for control and for rationality.