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Re: International Finance (NON LSR)

To: Bryan Savage <>, Keith Turk <>
Subject: Re: International Finance (NON LSR)
From: W S Potter <>
Date: Tue, 02 Sep 2003 07:22:18 -0600
Yeah, the cost of a diet Coke and a pack of cigarettes would make a lot of
sense to  Keith.  Instead of the Dow Jones you could call it the KT Index.
To get REALLY sophisticated you could also add in the cost of a 9" Ford rear
end, a Rodeck and a yard of cement and Keith would be a savant.  You're on
to something there Bryan.



on 9/1/03 11:37 PM, Bryan Savage at wrote:

> Hmmm...
> Diet Coke as a cost of living assessment tool.
> Excellent, There may be a better way but I can't think of it.
> So in your spare time Keith you should advise Alan Greenspan
> He could use some more effective tools.
> Have fun,
> Bryan
> Keith Turk wrote:
>> Okay there is only one way I know of to tell the value of a dollar in a
>> given country.... and that is to buy a Diet Coke....  trust me on this
>> one... I've lived in several.... if the exchange rate causes you to spend 2
>> bucks american your living in the wrong place.... but if you get that same
>> coke for 15cents and have change left over for a quickie..... oh
>> nevermind... buy the Rolex... or you will always regret it...
>> K

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