A common tool featured on some fantasy sports websites I use allows you to toggle between players stats on a weekly, monthly, or season to date basis. However, the best (and most useful) comparison, in my opinion, also allows you to look at a player’s stats when he was actually in your lineup. After all,… [Read More] Nudging the Behavior Gap Away
I’d like to follow up two great, baseball-related posts from the team here at Mullooly Asset with another. If you haven’t read Tom or Casey’s posts find them here and here. Specifically, Tom talks about learning a lot about investor behavior by paying attention to team owners in fantasy baseball leagues. I’d like to touch… [Read More] Value and Momentum in Fantasyland
“Have a financial plan, but realize the most important part of that plan is planning on the plan not going as planned.” I found this nugget of wisdom recently shared by Morgan Housel to be all too applicable to a current situation in my life. Let me begin by confirming Morgan is on the money… [Read More] Your Plan vs. Reality
In late 2015, I enrolled in the Financial Planning Certificate Program at Farleigh Dickinson University. My ultimate goal is to become a CFP professional, and fulfilling the education requirement is the first step. Farleigh Dickinson University offers a six course, 270-hour program. It’s the largest and oldest New Jersey based program registered with the CFP… [Read More] Fulfilling the CFP Education Requirement: Course One Review
At this point, I’m going to assume you’ve seen the Youtube video titled, “David After Dentist”. The thing was an Internet sensation a few years ago. Towards the end of this hilarious video, David (under the effects of some heavy drugs after a dental procedure) wonders aloud, “Why is this happening to me? Is this going… [Read More] Is This Going to Be Forever?
Let me preface this post by saying that if you’re not in Patrick O’Shaughnessy’s book club, you’re missing out on some great recommendations from an incredibly smart person. One book Patrick recommended this month, that I will absolutely be reading sometime soon, is How to Fail at Almost Everything and Still Win Big: Kind of… [Read More] Focus on Process Over Goals