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Tony Robbins uses a hypothetical example to illustrate the mathematics. There are two friends who are the same age, Joe and Bob. Joe begins investing $300 in the stock market every month from age 19 to 27, saving a total of $28,000. Bob does the same, but from age 27 to 65, for a total of $140,000. The stock market in this example grows 10% annually, a number chosen for its simplicity. By age 65, Joe has $1,863,287 and Bob has $1,589,733. Those numbers are goof...


It's almost as if all the talk about Trump being a dope was just made up by liberals. Money quote: Trump continually asked “How can you win? What does Afghanistan need to win?” in reference to our fight with terrorism. Trump wants to win. Sincerely. All the Obama administration ...

The Rockies now need to fill two rotation spots
With Bettis absent indefinitely, the Rockies need to fill two rotation spots. Chad Bettis recently revealed that his testicular cancer has spread and that he’ll undergo chemotherapy for treatment. The most important thing is...

Colorado Rockies shortstop Trevor Story remains hot amid injuries to Ian Desmond and Chad Qualls
Rockies news, notes and links for Monday, March 13th. Trevor Story hot, Stephen Cardullo hits another grand slam for Rockies | Denver Post Trevor Story mashed three do...

All-Time Top 100 Marlins: #22 Alex Fernandez
Alex Fernandez went 28-24 in three all-too-short seasons in Miami. Throughout the 2016-17 offseason, Fish Stripes will be going back over the Top 100 Marlins of all time, from their inception as the Florida Marlins...

Marlins Morning News: Who will make up 2017 rotation?
Plus notes on minor league prospects, J.T. Realmuto, and more. Marlins News: How will the Miami Marlins 2017 rotation shape out to be? MLB.com's Joe Frisaro 

Milwaukee Brewers 2017 Preview by Position: Left Field
Ryan Braun returns for his 11th season in Milwaukee after a winter on the trading block. Ryan Braun made his Cactus League debut for the Milwaukee Brewers over the weekend as he prepares for his 11th Major League season, all with our local nine. Since debuting back in 2007, Braun has served a...

The Orioles have a lot of choices to replace Chris Tillman, but none are exciting
Chris Tillman was shut down before even getting to his bullpen session on Sunday. If his absence becomes more extended, who should replace him in the Orioles rotation? The Orioles have starting pitching depth in the same way that...

The importance and intrigue of Hector Velazquez
Hector Velazquez is almost a total unknown, which makes him hugely important for the rotation depth. Ever since the Red Sox went through that elbow scare with D...

WBC 2017 Roundup 3/12: The day with all the rules
The WBC is really fun, but it’s never fun when you have to break out the rule book. Japan 8, Netherlands 6 (F/11) Japan Sho Nakata: 3...

Tampa Bay Rays News and Links - Rays Prospects Mash Homers
Jake Bauers clobbered a homer, Casey Gillaspie did so from both sides of the plate, and Team USA advances News and Links The Rays snapped their spring losing streak thanks to some mighty blasts from their prospects and face of the franchise. Casey Gillaspie h...

Today in Tribe History: March 13, 2015
Legendary Indians slugger Al Rosen, the team’s last Most Valuable Player award winner, passes away less than two weeks after turning 91 years old. Rosen enjoyed a ten-year run in the Major Leagues, spending his entire playing career in an ... Read More

Colorado Rockies First Baseman Ian Desmond Breaks Hand In Cactus League Action
Adding Ian Desmond to the Colorado Rockies in the off-season was a no-brainer of a move, and seemed like it was a ‘match made in Heaven’. But, during Sunday’s spring training game against the Reds, Desmond was struck in the hand with a pitch, and that very well could throw a wedge in the Rockies […] Colorado Rockies First Baseman Ian Desmond Breaks Han...

World Baseball Classic Day 7: USA, DR Clinch, Venezuela Pushed to Tiebreaker Game with Italy
While two teams punched their tickets to the second round, the runner-up spot in Pool D is still to be determined after a chock-filled day in the World Baseball Classic. With wins from the Dominican Republic and Puerto Rico, each team to finish atop their respective pools did so undefeated. Although Colombia put the Dominicans […] World...

Impressive Rosario Sticking Around A While Longer
The first big round of cuts has been made in Mets camp. While many highly-touted prospects including Dominic Smith had to pack their bags, rookie Amed Rosario has remained. While he doesn’t have a chance to make the big league club, Rosario has made the most of this opportunity, showing everyone what he’s made of. […]

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