Super Bowl Sunday – The Big Economic Impact
The big game dominates America the weekend and provides a very large economic impact (estimated at over $14 billion) as the country celebrates. On the program today, we take a look at the impact of the Super Bowl and just how it has come to dominate the landscape. By any measure, the big game lives up to the hype off the field.
In the second segment of the program, I provide a tongue in cheek look at the recent cheerleader legislation proposed in the California legislature. And we finish out this segment with a review of the WSJ Jason Gay’s third annual Super Bowl Party Rules list.
In the third segment I provide some insight into fixed income and how to approach this part of your portfolio prudently. You might be surprised by some of the ground we cover in this segment. Too often, people are using the wrong motivations for how they treat their fixed income investments.
Finally, in the short fourth segment, I touch on the surprising success of my blog in the previous week covering the Croatian Super Bowl with Bill Belichick and Pete Carroll facing off.
On a final note welcome to Justin Siddhu, my new producer who has been in training for a while under Jon Wilson. So thanks to Jon for all your great work and welcome to Justin. I hope you enjoy the program.