One of the reasons I always hated Joe Morgan as a TV baseball analyst was his tendency to psychoanalyze players who weren’t doing well. I distinctly remember one time when he attributed Alfonso Soriano hitting an infield popup to feeling nervous about living up to the big new contract he’d just signed with the Cubs.
You’d like to think that such armchair pseudo-psychoanalysis wouldn’t have any place in the world of business journalism, where you’re supposed to rely on empirical evidence of some kind to diagnose a company’s prospects. However, a hot take posted over at StreetInsider wonders whether investors should be worried because Tim Cook deleted his blurry Super Bowl photo that was roundly mocked by the entire web. More →