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What I’m Reading – Super Bowl I Rematch Edition

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This week’s Monday Night Football match-up features my Green Bay Packers hosting the Kansas City Chiefs at beautiful Lambeau Field.

This is a rematch of the first Super Bowl (actually called the NFL-AFL Championship) played in the LA Coliseum in January of 1967. I was nine and even at that point a Packer fan for life. There were 30,000 empty seats and neither network (the game was televised by both NBC and CBS) preserved a recording of the game. An old tape copy from an individual was recently restored. This is a far cry from the hype that surrounds the Super Bowl today.

The Packers had 10 future Hall of Famers plus Coach Lombardi. The Packers won 35-10. let’s hope for a similar result this time around as well.

Here are a few good financial articles to read while waiting for the kickoff:

Christine Benz discusses Dos and Don’ts for Mutual Funds Capital Gains Season at Morningstar.com.

Barbara Friedberg shares the 20 Dumbest Moves First-Time Investors Make at Go Banking Rates.

Sarah O’ Brien tells us that Financial planning is beyond investments, retirement plans at CNBC.com. 

Jim Blankenship warns us about Identity Theft Protection  at Getting Your Financial Ducks in a Row.

Elizabeth O’ Brien discusses When financial ‘advice’ is really a sales pitch at Market Watch.

I continue to write for Investopedia, here are a few of my recent contributions:

Betterment’s all-ETF Online 401(k) plan

Restricted Stock Units: What to Know

Closed-End Funds: A Primer

Enjoy the game. Go Pack Go!

Please contact me with any thoughts or suggestions about anything you’ve read here at The Chicago Financial Planner.

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