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Franco Darioli
(Franco) - M

Locale: Melbourne
Down is up on 05/08/2012 19:02:29 MDT Print View

The cost of down is going up
http://thegoat.backcountry.com/2012/05/08/the-cost-of-down-is-on-the-rise/

my brain hurts.
Franco

Bob Gross
(--B.G.--) - F

Locale: Silicon Valley
Re: Down is up on 05/08/2012 19:21:47 MDT Print View

It's simple. If the cost of down goes up, then the demand for down goes down. Most of us think of down cost in terms of ounces, but for some of us, it could be pounds. So, are we talking about a pound of down in pounds, or an ounce of down in dollars?

MYOG, buy a goose.

--B.G.--

Franco Darioli
(Franco) - M

Locale: Melbourne
Down is up on 05/08/2012 19:29:02 MDT Print View

But I'm downunder , that sounds like up-over kind of talk..
My brain still hurts
Franco

Bob Gross
(--B.G.--) - F

Locale: Silicon Valley
Re: Down is up on 05/08/2012 20:09:42 MDT Print View

Franco, if your brain hurts, you should lay down, or you should lay down down.

--B.G.--

Daniel Allen
(Dan_Quixote) - F

Locale: below the mountains (AK)
Re: Re: Down is up on 05/08/2012 20:39:03 MDT Print View

"It's simple. If the cost of down goes up, then the demand for down goes down."

Nitpicky correction: If the cost of down goes up, then the Quantity Demanded of down goes down. The demand schedule would not actually change in reaction to a price fluctuation, simply the amount people buy. ;)