When EF Hutton Talks... Week 2 Picks By THE EXPERTS

When EF Hutton Talks... Week 2 Picks By THE EXPERTS

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When EF Hutton Talks... Week 2 Picks By THE EXPERTS

We’re here, once again, to provide our readers with sound and practical wealth management counsel. With Week 2 quickly approaching, dive into the advice of THE EXPERTS and plan your financial strategies accordingly.

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How’d you do with your investments last week?

More importantly, how’d I do compared to the other EXPERTS that are providing our readers with deep knowledge, valuable experience, and the ability to successfully flip coins on selections where there isn’t any sense of who may win, lose, or cover the spread?

I can’t answer the first question because I don’t know who you are and I cannot speculate on how you did with your investments.

I can, however, answer the second question and I can say that you guys really should pay close attention to the selections I make on a week-in, week-out basis.

How many experts – lower case so as to not be confused with our real EXPERTS – chose Notre Dame over UMAA?

I know of one.

And speaking of that UMAA at Notre Dame season opener –

The people who gave been saying “it’s not a matter of ‘if’ but, rather, a matter of ‘when,'” and the people who have been saying that UMAA’s J. Ira and Nikki Harris Family Head Coach is one of the two or three best coaches in all of college football for years now and the people who screamed and yelled when someone asked a pretty fair and fact-based question of the guy at Big Ten Media Days and the people who have been saying that all the guy has needed is a truly great quarterback and the people who have been saying that this year’s edition of UMAA is going to be explosive and efficient and fearsome and reach the College Football Playoff –

Are those the same people who are now writing pithy pieces about how Saturday night felt like the beginning of the end for the Jim Harbaugh thing?

Before everyone jumps on the “Let’s All Bury Jim Harbaugh” bandwagon, let’s say this:

I liked the way Harbaugh stood up for his guys in response to the Braylon Edwards nonsense.

Like everyone else, I watched Braylon Edwards perform magic tricks all throughout his time as a freak of nature playing for UMAA.

But his tweet in the aftermath of UMAA’s season opening loss to Notre Dame was about as awful as it gets.

And here’s the irony of all of that:

Harbaugh is finally getting his own real taste of what UMAA is really all about.

Desmond Howard has loudly and somewhat ridiculously gone on and on about how this UMAA team is going to beat its rivals, win the Big Ten, and reach the College Football Playoff.

That’s not homerism?

That’s not, as John U Bacon might say, “silly?”

Desmond Howard’s been pretty quiet these last few days.

But I’ll say it again – I liked the way Harbaugh stood up for the guys Edwards said were “weak” and “scared” and for sticking up for his team after Edwards said it was “trash.”

With all of that out of the way – here’s your chance to get rich again this week, folks.

Simply dig in on what THE EXPERTS are saying about this week’s games and I’ll be happy to take a 6.5% vig –

Week 2 College Football Expert Picks & Predictions

And below is our weekly vintage tribute to the brokerage house that transcended brand messaging with one of the great tag line mottos ever invented way back when UMAA mattered – and, for anyone who cares, this commercial location is right at the East 90th Street entrance to New York City’s Central Park.  I’ve had impromptu chats with the following people at this very spot:

Woody Allen and Soon Yi Previn (1998)

Warren Beatty and Annette Bening (2001)

Geraldo Rivera and his dog (2012)

ARod (2013)

Barbra Streisand and her handler (1997)

Chris Farley and a bench-sleeping vagabond that was in the vicinity (1997 – RIP)

None of these people would have been able to contribute much to the weekly wealth management dialogue we’re engaging in with you throughout the college football season except for maybe Farley……

 

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