What is The #1, Best, Surefire Way, of Judging how "Rich" a Country is - or How Wealthy it is?

Posted by: CatalyticConvertersRule

I had this argument over Christmas where I said that "Switzerland is a very wealthy country" and of course the PO* that my half/brother is piped up and said: "Yea, but their cost of living is very high." No duh. All "First World Countries" have high taxation - INCLUDING Canada. Canada's taxes are Very High - that's why it's never mentioned in the media. Just to let you know, he only brought up his opinion to argue with me. He's never been to Eurasia or anywhere else other than a drunken vacation.

Poll closed on 1/28/2018 at 12:00AM.
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Yearly Income Per Person

How much money that a person makes on an annual basis?
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How Much Money That The Regular Folks Are Paid

For Instance, we have seen an absolutely Drastic cut in pay where owners of companies have slashed wages of janitors, maintenance workers, maids, - just to name a few, in addition to contracting out anywhere they can - which I find a real pr**k move.
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The Good Old Simple "G.D.P."

In my personal opinion, there is no "real" tangible way of measuring this - no matter what all of the Economists say, as it is constantly fluctuating and goes up and down like weather temperatures.
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Income per Single, Unmarried Person, with No Kids.

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Opportunities?

Are there any countries with any REAL opportunities - especially after a) 9/11, and b), the U.S. Bank thefts with their so called "quantitative easing" after the 08' housing bubble where they allowed everyone to use their homes as ATM's.
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Very Good Hourly Wages, With actual LIVABLE rents and somewhat low taxes?

Ahha, this leads me to another curious question that I have which there is probably ZERO way of measuring, correctly.
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Food Prices

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