There were two vendors selling Mangoes at the end of a road. One vendor was shouting 25 Rupees per Kilo, the other Vendor was shouting 30 Rupees per Kilo.
After some time, 2nd Vendor reduced to 23 Rupees a Kilo and 1st Vendor went down to 19 Rupees. The customes were delighed and waited like in stock market to pick the fruits of labour when the market bottoms out.
The 2nd vendor walked to the 1st vendor and told him “hey, this is not working out for both of us”. Lets do one thing. You sell at 25 Rupees Kilo while I sell at 55 Rs per Kilo. After some time all customer will buy out your stock. I will move all my stocks to you and at end of day lets split the collection.
Thats what happened and both the vendors got 32 Rupess per Kilo of Mango which they had purchased at 17 Rupees per kilo excluding the 0.50 Paisa transport cost per Kilo and 3 Rupees bribe to police.
Any moral of the story…?