If I buy a coke, it cost 3 dollar. It cost 1 dollar to make， the owner get 2 dollar profit. Then I throw it away into the bin and assume I havent drink it, did I threw 1 or 3 dollar into the bin. Maybe its 2? IT cant also be 3, whats the actual cost of the coke itself.
you threw $1+$2 in there, even 4years old little kids know that. BUT how much did I actually threw in there, 1 dollar is the coke itself. 2 dollar is the profit. So technically if I am the store owner and I grabbed a coke for myself, is it 1 dollar or 3 dollar? I mean you bought it from the retailers for 1 dollar and you drink it. So is it 1 or 3? I mean if you sold that coke you would have make 2 dollar, SO NOW is it 2 or 3? or 1 ? What is the coke actual value? I mean itself is 1, but the shop owner can sale it for 3 and get 2 dollar profit.
Naw there is two question. 1 is about you and me, the buyers and the seller which is also the buyer..... I mean, the seller dont just get the coke. It have to buy it from someone first, imagine he bought it from the original company. Is that coke of can still 1,2 or 3?
The company that sells coke have to get a bloody profit out of it right? so how much does it technically cost to make, cause if its 1 dollar to make and it cost exactly 1 dollar to sell. Coke wont be able to sustain itself?will it? Just imagine coke only sales coke, is it still really 1 dollar? so the cycle starts again. instead of it being one dollar to make, it cost 50cent to make a can of coke. so now coke get 50 cent profit and 50 cent to make it.