Don't Let Tom Brady Win

| February 03, 2018
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Yes I have adopted the Eagles since my Baltimore Ravens missed the playoffs (again).

How can I not with the euphoria here in south Jersey.

But there is an ulterior motive:

Stocks perform better in years when NFC teams wins the Super Bowl.

So who cares that Bill Belichick is 15-0 in the playoffs against teams he did not face in the regular season.

However, even if the Eagles pull the upset it may not matter since the are playing the Patriots.

When the Patriots are in the Super Bowl the average return is 3.1%.

So let’s hope the Patriots lose for the markets sake, at least when this happens (even if only four times) the markets returned 5.1%.

 

Stay Tuned, Disciplined & Patient! {TJM}

ICE – Investor & Character Equation | S + R = O

 

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