jjgator, on 11 January 2013 - 09:27 PM, said:
That doesn't make any sense, especially for a rebuilding team. Hennigan knew he had more value than people thought, or at least that's the way it seems.
An analogy, since you're seemingly pretty dense:
I have 1 million dollars worth of stock in a company, lets say Microsoft.
I trade it to you for $100k worth of gasoline.
A month later, the entirety of society collapses, Mad Max style, and gasoline is now the most valuable resource on Earth.
In that scenario, was my original trade a good one? The answer is of course not. I gave you 10x the value I received in return. THAT is what the trade was. Any changes in values to the traded items that occurs after the trade is completely irrelevant to the judgment of the trade itself.