The act of amassing or gathering, as into a pile. (noun)
Examples of word accumulation
"You can in fact be certain that private capital accumulation is a fundamental necessity in our system, while maintaining that (minor) redistribution is an ongoing requirement."
I agree that the accumulation is largely a function of liquidity.
For one, inventory accumulation is expected to contribute nearly a percentage point to the headline figure, which can only provide a short-term boost unless consumers increase spending enough to allow inventories to be drawn down.
When the stress accumulation is sufficient, then the resistance on the fault plane gives way and an earthquake occurs.
Capital accumulation is the concentration of wealth in the hands of those whose basic comsumption needs have already been met.
The accumulation is gradual and by the time you reach the height of battle you couldn't bear to leave Philomena's side for a minute.
Even business professors, such as Harvard's Rakesh Khurana and Andy Zelleke, are trashing the prevailing corporate milieu wherein "little has been meaningfully valued by either executives or shareholders beyond the short-term accumulation of wealth."
Eagle involvement in accumulation of the Taung child fauna.