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24 September 2007

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Bill Henderson

Dork, with all due to respect, a real decline includes a nominal increase that fails to keep pace with inflation. Nominal increases are only nominal--i.e., they do not bring any additional buying power.

Dork

The chart is poorly defined. Income can have both a "nominal increase" and a "real decline."

I think the 3 catagories you are looking for is "real increase" "nominal increase but real decline" and "nominal decline."

Bill Henderson

Chris, I fixed it. Thanks for the prompt. bh.

C. Zorn

Nice chart.

But, what is it?

;-)

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