As a follow up to a recent article I published about the MLB All-Star game, I’d like to point out that Kyle Schwarber has been sent down to AAA. He is currently 8th in the National League outfielder voting ranks. A TRIPLE-A PLAYER IS RANKED 8th! Clearly, this is 100% a popularity contest, and 0% a performance-based event. Not to mention, Schwarber was out all of last season with a torn ACL, and only returned to have a few great weeks in the postseason. Apparently, a few great WEEKS is enough to earn millions of votes the following season. Let this be a lesson to you investors. Past short-term results should NOT be the basis for “voting” an investment into your portfolio. It’s not a popularity contest.
Here’s what I’ve been reading this morning:
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