The MLB season is getting ready to ramp up for a 60-game season after a three month delay due to COVID-19. On top of that, the potential sale of the New York Mets is heating back up with Steve Cohen once again listed as the front-runner. As a Mets fan, and a fan of baseball in general, theses are definitely exciting times!
Here’s what I’ve been reading this morning:
- Even though NJ is ahead of the curve, there is still room for improvement in terms of financial literacy being taught in high school. This post outlines four essential money lessons every high school student should know.
- As much as we can financially prepare for retirement, it won’t help us very much if we’re not around to see retirement. Tony writes about the health risks Americans face and how that plays into their retirement plans.
- It’s pretty clear to mostly everyone today that we are living in uncertain times. This post takes a look at why life before the pandemic wasn’t as certain as we thought. It may seem paradoxical, but it’s worth examining how we thought things were “more certain” before the virus.
- As I said before, the MLB season is right around the corner. My excitement to watch Jacob deGrom pitch couldn’t be higher. Watching anybody in any sport, art, profession dominate the way deGrom has is something to take note of. It’s rare to see someone sustain a level of excellence like this.