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Invisible Hand Entertainment | JE aka MaJEstik - Albuquerque's #1 Recording Artist

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Invisible Hand Entertainment, LLC is now officially in business! Please check out all of the content of the website including JE's newly released mix-tape JE Free Agent (above) which you can find on iTunes, Amazon Music, and other digital distributors. New JE interview videos coming soon as well as the Ragin Mad music video debut. Follow IHE on Facebook, Myspace, Youtube, and hear about important IHE updates by following us on Twitter! JE in addition to IHE would like to thank each visitor personally for his or her support as we expand and climb up the ranks of the entertainment industry!

-IHE Online's A-Rod vs Mannywood video is posted on the youtube page! (Already almost 600,000 views) 
-Free JE-T's are here! -- Click the "Contact" tab and request one!
-JE's Digital Underground is here!!!!
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-"Free Agent" is here! Download the playlist (above) today for free!!
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The Invisible Hand Concept in History:

In economics, the invisible hand, also known as invisible hand of the market, is the term economists use to describe the self-regulating nature of the marketplace.[1] This is a metaphor first coined by the economist Adam Smith in The Theory of Moral Sentiments, and used a total of three times in his writings. For Smith, the invisible hand was created by the conjunction of the forces of self-interest, competition, and supply and demand, which he noted as being capable of allocating resources in society.[2] This is the founding justification for the Austrian laissez-faire economic philosophy, but is also frequently seen in neoclassical and Keynesian economics. The central disagreement between economic ideologies is, in a sense, a disagreement about how powerful the "invisible hand" is.

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