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Hey guys,

does anyone know what the phrase "the profit is taking a header..." mean?

I found it in a practice case about sales. sorry if this is a really basic question, i'm pretty new to this!

thanks!

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Comments (4)

  • FXTrader's picture

    haha it's cool.

    heres a hint:
    What would you think i meant if i said: "Some dude just took a header off the Brooklyn Bridge"

  • In reply to FXTrader
    happypantsmcgee's picture

    FXTrader:
    haha it's cool.

    heres a hint:
    What would you think i meant if i said: "Some dude just took a header off the Brooklyn Bridge"

    That he was getting ready to take a corner kick?

    If I had asked people what they wanted, they would have said faster horses - Henry Ford

  • helene's picture

    haha gotcha! "taking a header"="taking a nosedive", right?

    Thanks guys!!!

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