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  • Profit drop at TDR

    This link provided by poster SuperDry on Laughingplace.com

    http://yahoo.reuters.com/stocks/Quot...&symbol=4661.T

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    Wow is that the second time the've posted a loss or the third time since TDS opened?

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      Maybe Disney was right to make cheap parks...





      Nah!

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        Originally posted by tloolgb
        Wow is that the second time the've posted a loss or the third time since TDS opened?
        I don't see a loss.

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        • #5
          Re: Profit drop at TDR

          Sediment is right. Decrease in profits, but no loss.
          Last edited by nish221; 02-09-2006, 03:45 PM.

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          • #6
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            Originally posted by sediment
            Maybe Disney was right to make cheap parks...Nah!
            Bite your tongue and go to confession. 10 Hail Mary's for your sin.

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            • #7
              Re: Profit drop at TDR

              Originally posted by sediment
              I don't see a loss.
              Yes, I read that wrong.

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              • #8
                Re: Profit drop at TDR

                Originally posted by tloolgb
                Yes, I read that wrong.
                No problem. Just didn't want others to catch the wrong train and go with it.
                Profits go up and down, caused by a number of factors. Attendance is down from 25.4 (both parks) to 25.0.
                If profit is linearly related to attendance, then the break-even point is about 21 million guests.

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                • #9
                  Re: Profit drop at TDR

                  Oh no, 25 as opposed to 25.4 million. :lol: I mean that is a hell of a lot of people anyways.

                  :blush: Still feel dumb about reading it as loss. On that subject, does anyone know how many times OLC has reported a loss since TDS opened? I only know of the one...

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