TRADE WIND "the wind almost continually blows trade"
In the middle ages, voyagers and merchants travelled and traded across the oceans taking advantage of the constant north easterly wind, called the “trade wind”.
It is a wind generated from the equator which blows towards the northeast in the northern hemisphere that help guide trade ships for efficient trading and which have resulted in immense prosperity for merchants.
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