Question: My husband prides himself on being very logical. I admit that I am much more impulsive and emotional. We get into our worst arguments when we try to buy something major, like a car. I just want to find one I like and be done with. He wants to analyze it to death. He can never make a decision. Help.
Answer: You say, “Make a decision.” He says, “I don’t want to make a mistake.”
You say, “I feel good about this one.” He says, “When I finish my spreadsheet comparison, we’ll know the best one to buy.”
This week, Major League Baseball’s All-Star game will be played at Citi Field in New York. If you’re a baseball fan, you’ll enjoy the annual gathering of the sport’s best players. And if you’re an investor, you may be able to take away some valuable lessons from the All-Stars — lessons that can prove valuable to you long after the game’s final out is recorded.
Over the course of this weekend, the Republican Party of Wisconsin will be voting on whether or not they should add seceding from the United States to their official platform, an idea pushed forward by the Tea Party.
Unless you are from Wisconsin, you are probably wondering why this matters (other than the fact that the Saints play the Vikings in week three this season).