I thought about making another mention of politics and debates and all that, but you’re probably getting your fill from all of the local TV and radio ads.
Instead, let’s talk about something positive: baseball and the playoffs.
We’re just getting through the first real round of the playoffs and there have already been several amazing comebacks. Games that were completely lost (like the Cardinals at the Nationals Friday night) are rescued from the fire to eliminate the other team. Home runs robbed by leaping outfielders. Multi-million dollar contract players benched for essential nobodies in the biggest media market there is.
It’s been a fun run and you can bet the commissioner’s office is applauding all of the enhanced interest in their sport.
I won’t be robbing anyone of a homerun this week, but I will be reading these:
The Chicago Financial Planner | Mutual Funds-Should You Pay Extra for Active Management?
Careful Cents | 5 Crucial Financial Steps to Take When Getting a Divorce
Moolanomy | The Cost of Buying and Selling a Home
Excess Return | What is an ETF?
Boomer and Echo | The High Cost Of Childcare – How To Plan For It
Consumerism Commentary | Teaching Kids About Money
AAAMP Blog | 3 Value Investment Management Strategies to Optimize Asset Allocation
Dough Roller | Estate Planning and your Digital Assets
Girls Just Wanna Have Funds | Infertility Costs and Insurance: What You Need to Know
Five Cent Nickel | Common Grocery Promotions and How to Make the Most of Them
Mighty Bargain Hunter | My spending triggers are here. What are yours?
Get Rich Slowly | The Rise and Fall of the Shopaholic