Answer (D) is correct. Financing permanent inventory buildup, which is essentially a long-term investment, with long-term debt is a moderate or conservative working capital policy. An aggressive policy involves using short-term, relatively low-cost debt to finance the inventory buildup. It focuses on high profitability potential, despite high risk and low liquidity. An aggressive policy involves reducing liquidity and accepting a higher risk of short-term lack of liquidity. Financing inventory with long-term debt increases the current ratio and accepts higher borrowing costs in exchange for greater liquidity and lower risk.