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03-03-2013, 04:37 PM
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Originally Posted by DAChampion View Post
Some of you would fail ECON 101 so bad.

Rebuilding is an investment. It indeed reduces short tarm profit on average. However, many shareholders like to see their company invest.

BTW - bsl works in the finance sector in Hong Kong. He knows all about the private sector and investments. You?

Take the Ryder trade. It makes the team weaker. But in the long term, we have the chance to be stronger overall.

Will we see more moves like the Ryder trade? You predict no.
Rebuilding is an unnecessary investment when you have a good team. I think the people that would fail ECON 101 are those who think we should trade away assets and make our team weaker today for a CHANCE at a better team in the future, just as our team starts to look really good on the ice today.

It really does seem to lack basic understanding of hockey.

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