It's known as the "Heidi Game," and it's become a legendary component of National Football League (NFL) lore.
It also serves as a valuable lesson ... in business, in investing - and in life. And I'll show you what I mean.
But, first, here's the story.
It was Nov. 17, 1968, and the New York Jets were playing their hated rival - the Oakland Raiders. NBC was broadcasting the game - and was happy to be doing so. Both teams were stacked with good football players with colorful personalities and recent contests between the two clubs had been marked by trash-talking, big hits and on-field scuffles.
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