The MLB winter meetings are wrapping up, and one thing is for sure: the Miami Marlins are in full sell mode. In a matter of weeks, they have traded Dee Gordon, Giancarlo Stanton, Marcell Ozuna, and are reportedly talking about trading Christian Yelich as well. For those familiar with baseball, those 4 players were the main young, elite talent on the team. Like we say in finance, it’s always a good idea to have a plan in place, and I certainly hope the new owners of the Marlins have a plan in place to win some games over the next few years. Right now, that plan remains to be seen.
Here’s what I’ve been reading this morning:
‘Putting Your Portfolio In A Drawer’ – Isaac Presley – Cordant Wealth Blog
‘World Without Mind, w/ Franklin Foer’ – Patrick O’ Shaughnessy – Investor’s Field Guide (PODCAST)
‘Momentum and Market Anomalies’ – Larry Swedroe – Alpha Architect
‘”The Simpsons” Predicted Its Own Takeover by Disney 20 Years Ago’ – Adam Epstein – Quartz
‘Kirk Cousins: A Reminder That Frugality is What Creates Businesses’ – John Tamny – Real Clear Markets