DENVER BUSINESS JOURNAL - Everyone complains about rising prices. Many long for “the good old days” when they remember cheap gas, low college tuition and affordable starter house prices.
We conveniently forget people made less money in those years!
Not all prices have gone up, up and up. Here are some areas where prices have fallen.
Let’s not include commodities because they vary in price constantly. Today, oil is about $48 a barrel. In June 2008, oil traded at about $139 a barrel. In 2011, gold traded at $1,895 per troy oz. Today, it’s about $1,255.40. It’s excluded for the same reason.
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