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Rising LCD Monitor Prices

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I've been Tracking LCD monitor prices for the last year or so with the intention of buying a screen sometime soon. Following the drops in prices in the early part of 2003, they have been rising quite substantially again. In August last year, the cheapest at dabs.com was around

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Don't be fooled by a weaker dollar and what that means.With regards to LCD prices, the Economy in the US is growing again, and coupled with Low Interest rates, and low inflation, is likely to continue, IMHO, regardless of how the dollar is perceived as weak or not. A weak dollar is like the Deficit IMHO, good in some ways bad in others. Right now the good is winning, but who knows what the future holds. I certainly don't.Also, keep in mind this may be to demand of LCD in televisions. While we have had screens in LCD for computers for quite a while, this is a new fad in TV's rivalling Plasma Screens.Even Wal-Mart will start selling Plasma and LCD Tv's soon, if not already in some markets.Just my Nickel.Regards,Joe http://aboutpolitics.net/images/bannerav.gif.About Politics.net - FORUMShttp://pub162.ezboard.com/baboutpolitics.Contribute to the Richard Harvey Scholarship Fund.http://www.avsim.com/pages/scholarship.shtml

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It's probably also a case of profit. They see demand increasing so figure they can increase their profit margins while interest is still high.

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