If you’re a Philadelphia Eagles fan, it might be time to sell some stock.
For most of us, Philadelphia Eagles fans included, we’ve been talking about stocks for as long as we’ve been working. Depending on how you look at it, that may have been your gateway into sports gambling. They’re kind of related in a way, you know?
You put your money up. You hope that you’ve made a smart decision and good things happen, and in some cases, the winnings either come easily or you’re hoping that, in those cases where the stakes are more high risk, a bigger payoff comes later.
Life as an Eagles fan means Howie Roseman is your vice president and general manager, and that, ladies and gentlemen, means that, just like the guys who trade stocks for a living, your team’s success seems like they’re in the hands of a man that spends millions of dollars on a whim and sees gambling as a way to make a decent living. Hey. It isn’t his money that he’s blowing, right?
You know how stocks go, sort of. Some make sense. Some you can follow fairly well. Others don’t make sense, and it doesn’t matter how long you look at them. Consider this your all-access pass into some insider trading. Here are five ‘Birds’ that might be a lot more high risk than they were when the 2020 NFL season got rolling.