If you have been following the pattern of the Hoosiers this season you will know that the IU football stock is up this week after they took care of business against North Texas on Saturday. So let’s see whose stock is hot and whose is not in this week’s edition of the Hoosier Stock Report.Read More
The Hoosier stock is soaring this week after what has been called by many in and around the Indiana football family a program changing win. The 31-27 upset win marked the biggest victory of the Kevin Wilson Era. So without further delay here is the Week 4 Stock Report.Read More
The Indiana Hoosiers opened the season win a 28-10 win against the Indiana State Sycamores. There were some great things and some aspects that need to be improved if IU is to make it to a bowl game. Here is the Indiana Hoosier football stock report after week one.Read More
Following Indiana’s week one win which saw them score 73 points the markets were quite bullish on Hoosiers. This week was not as kind to the Indiana Football Stock Market as a whole. There were some things to be expected, a natural regression to the mean, a considerably tougher opponent would mean less gaudy numbers. However, there were things that no one prognosticated such as the Hoosiers offense struggling in the first quarter, interesting coaching decisions and a defense that looked as if it didn’t know that Navy was going to be running the triple option.
Remember investors, it is best to buy low, so what better time than now to dive in and start diversifying your portfolio with stocks that others around the nation are shaking their head at right now. While the Hoosiers were defeated in regrettable fashion in week two, there were still some bright spots, especially on the offensive side. It surely was not the 38-point victory we witnessed in week one that was promising and turned some heads throughout the conference. We said last week that there were some very encouraging things. However, we also said that we saw some things that could go from “that didn’t look great”, to “holy crap that’s a big freakin’ problem, in the coming weeks.”
Your less than cheery Stock Market Report follows:Read More
Welcome to the inaugural Indiana Stock Market Report. While the Hoosier brand is not one of the gold standards in college football, we feel as if it is one that you can buy low on at the start of the season and see it pay out strong by the end of the season. With a diversified portfolio ranging from platinum level offense to a penny stock defense, we feel Indiana football should be a strong “buy” throughout the fall and winter months. This is largely due to the diversified portfolio, which we have developed for you, our savvy Hoosier Stock Market investor.
In 2012 the Indiana Hoosiers were a below average team, who displayed flashes of potential. I believe the most frustrating thing for IU fans was to watch competent offensive performances be completely wasted by a defense that was barley MAC-worthy.
While the Hoosiers were able to pull out a victory in week one, we saw much of the same in their home opener on Thursday night. A monstrous offensive output, combined with a lackluster defensive performance. While not the same team as last year, there were still plenty of reasons to be concerned moving forward.
Even though we saw a 38-point victory, while witnessing some very encouraging things, we also saw some things that could go from that didn’t look great, to holy crap that’s a big freakin’ problem, in the coming weeks.
Your Stock Market Report of Very Little Defensive Effort Follows:Read More