Mar

8

 My observations during the 'yank bo' speculative tour some time ago to find emerging markets were, and still are, that in first world countries a rise in alcohol consumption is bullish, and more correlative a rise in 2nd & 3rd countries it is bearish. From Lake Toba, where the cigarette butts are smoked to the bitter end and the local economy is 70% depressed because of a fall in tourism due to recent Indonesian bombings.

Apparent per capita ethanol consumption for the United States, 1850–2007. (Gallons of ethanol)

List of countries by alcohol consumption can be found on wikipedia.


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