And that means it’s time to start scribbling down notes and gathering information about where teams might land in the NCAA’s annual “Big Dances” for both men’s and women’s programs.
Given my questionable ability to consistently identify eventual champions or Final Four participants, I will leave the “bracketology” class to other members of our profession.
But one thing I can do on this Sunday morning, a month before the national playoff field will be unveiled, is to critique how the 2014-2015 season has gone for Louisiana Tech University’s men and women.
It’s about that time that we will start seeing signs that say, “It’s Time to Winterize Your Lawn.” But in reality the sign should read “Take a soil sample to see if you really need to winterize your lawn.” We need to remember that just because the sign says to do something, that it doesn’t necessarily mean that you do, and it might just be a waste of time and money to do so.
April 22 is Earth Day. Started in 1970 by Sen. Gaylord Nelson, Earth Day is designed to create awareness of the Earth’s environment and to encourage conservation efforts.
If you and your family participate in Earth Day events, such as helping clean up a local park or taking materials to a recycling center, you know the benefits of doing your part to improve your surroundings. But are you doing everything you can to upgrade your environment for investing?
Actually, as an investor, you can learn a lot from the lessons of Earth Day. Here are just a few ideas: