The National Championship game for college football is tonight. Georgia plays Alabama in what should (hopefully) be a great game. Every year, it feels like teams right outside the playoff are belly-aching about not making it over another team. Some people say they should expand it to 8 teams, but then teams #9 and #10 would be just as upset as teams #5 and #6 now! It’s a difficult system to work out, and there really isn’t a clear way to make everybody happy. If anyone has any interesting ideas for “fixing” this playoff problem, let me know!
Here’s what I’ve been reading this morning:
‘Coercion versus Changing Behavior’ – Tom Mullooly – Mullooly Asset Management
‘Leveraged ETFs for the Long Run?’ – Corey Hoffstein – Newfound Research
’10 Things Investors Can Expect in 2018′ – Ben Carlson – A Wealth of Common Sense
‘New Year, New You?’ – Anthony Cinelli – What’s Next?
‘Incentives and Behavioral Design: Brokerage UI Edition’ – Dan Egan