Category: Psychology, Think Tank, Trading

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3 Responses to “How Much is a Tulip Worth”

  1. VennData says:

    Erin McElroy And San Francisco Anti-Tech Gentrification Protests

    http://www.businessinsider.com/erin-mcelroy-and-san-francisco-anti-tech-gentrification-protests-2014-5

    “The average salary in San Francisco is actually dropping right now,”

    How can that be a good thing? Either Engineers are not being paid enough or old economy support personal are not, or both. I say both.

    How can all this capital and all this change get lower average wages? Unless it’s not true?

  2. theexpertisin says:

    A tulip, or anything else, is worth what the market is willing to pay.

  3. DeDude says:

    It’s worth as much gold as the next fool in the chain is willing to hand over to me for it.

    PS: I got some nice yellow ones if you have an ounce?