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    Tesla's stock start a little shaky.

    July 6, 2010
    Tesla's stock fell below its IPO price of $17 on Tuesday, closing at $16.11 a week after its maiden offering. The Palo Alto electric vehicle phenom fell about 16 percent on Tuesday and was down about 47 percent from the high of $30.42 during trading last Wednesday.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Screaming Eagle View Post
    and while it may not seem like it there are less poor every day.

    You have got to be kidding...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Screaming Eagle View Post
    The timeline may be longer as many will fight it for political purposes. However just like ethanol we will wake up one morning and find out its in every gallon of regular we buy. This is very good for countries that don't have any oil reserves and are too poor to import oil. Its a fast changing world and while it may not seem like it there are less poor every day.
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    My friend, it's likely that I have taken your "there are less poor every day" comment out of context: that your reasoning was more particular than general.

    Please tell me I'm right, and explain, or go further and share the particulars of your thoughts.

    Know that I'm interested just as I always have been.

    My best to you.

    seadesk

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    Quote Originally Posted by seadesk View Post
    SE:

    My friend, it's likely that I have taken your "there are less poor every day" comment out of context: that your reasoning was more particular than general.

    Please tell me I'm right, and explain, or go further and share the particulars of your thoughts.

    Know that I'm interested just as I always have been.

    My best to you.

    seadesk
    Thank you, this might help, some do get poorer however far more are less poor world wide.

    http://www.theguardian.com/society/2...-acute-poverty

    http://phys.org/news/2013-03-global-poverty.html

    http://www.bonfireimpact.com/2013/03...-middle-class/
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    SE:

    I have to admit that I am completely surprised by the study findings. Actually I am happily surprised.

    The PhysOrg credits reduction in poverty with "The explanation is simple: economic growth, which is the most powerful poverty reduction tool."

    I feel bushwhacked by their "economic growth" credit because, on the world scale, I haven't read about that happening. I hope it is true.

    My best to you and thank you.

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