Where to Start
The reason it is so important to understand — and avoid — that second mistake discussed in the last lesson (focusing too heavily on points-per-dollar) is because this approach will often lead to an entire team of mid-priced players.
More often than not, mid-priced players will be the guys likeliest to hit the points-per-dollar multiplier you are targeting!
You might be wondering why that’s a bad thing.
You’re in luck! Because I am going to tell you.
As you pay attention to player pricing, you will start to discover that the higher-priced players are not priced at a higher level because they necessarily have a higher floor than the mid-priced guys, but instead, these higher-priced guys are usually priced where they are because they have a substantially higher ceiling than the mid-priced guys!
“You’re saying these high-priced guys have a lower points-per-dollar floor, right? That’s not good, is it?”
In a fundamental sense, no. That’s not good.
But this is where understanding “Where to start” becomes so tremendously valuable.
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