How to Make a Good Financial Decision
A financial decision is a very important thing no matter the situation you are in at the moment, even if you are rich, a bad financial decision can make all of your money disappear in just a few seconds. That’s why people need to start caring more about their financial decisions they make on a daily basis, this is nothing to be joking about, you have to take every financial decision very seriously. As mentioned, if you don’t take them seriously, then only bigger problems might appear that are not that easy to fix especially when you are broke and don’t have a single dollar to make a change. That’s why we are here to help you out find a solution and of course, to make a good financial decision.
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ABC earns a Monday victory among total viewers (12.45 million) with the 20th season premiere of “Dancing With the Stars” (Women 18-34: 2.1/8; Men 18-34: 0.7/3; Women 18-49: 3.0/9; Men 18-49: 1.2/4), which was Monday’s most-watched program on television. Comparatively from its year-ago premiere (March 17, 2014), though, “DWTS” was down 8 percent in total viewers and down 19 percent in adults 18-49 ratings.
With “The Voice” (Women 18-34: 2.8/10; Men 18-34: 1.6/7; Women 18-49: 4.1/12; Men 18-49: 2.6/9), NBC still was the Monday leader in adults 18-49 (2.7 rating/9 share), adults 18-34 (1.8/7) and adults 25-54 (3.6/10).
Three hours of “WWE Raw” on USA were the top three most-watched programs on cable (8pm 3.881 million total viewers, 9pm 3.961, 10pm 3.915) for Monday night. Fox News’ “The O’Reilly Factor” at 8pm (2.683 million) was in fourth place, and AMC’s “Better Call Saul” at 10pm (2.669 million) rounds out the day’s top five.
A&E’s “Bates Motel” at 9pm (1.912 million) placed tenth while lead-out “The Returned” (1.082 million) fell an alarming 30 percent in Live+Same Day total viewership from its debut week and it didn’t reach the night’s cable top-30.
Other Monday cable shows of note include: Nickelodeon’s “Oggy and the Cockroaches” (1.106 million total viewers) at 3:30pm and Disney XD’s trio of programs “Penn Zero Part Time Hero” (473,000 viewers) at 7:30pm, “Kirby Buckets” (374,000) at 8pm, and “Randy Cunningham: 9th Grade Ninja” (366,000) at 8:30pm.
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|Monday, March 16, 2015|
|8:00||Dancing With The Stars||9.1/15||14162||1.4/6||2.1/7||3.0/8|
|8:00||Big Bang Theory (r)||5.3/9||8402||1.0/5||1.7/6||2.6/8|
|8:30||Mike & Molly||5.3/9||8568||1.1/4||2.0/6||2.8/8|
|9:59||NCIS: Los Angeles (r)||4.1/7||6214||0.5/2||1.1/3||1.5/4|
|10:01||The Night Shift||3.5/6||5362||0.9/3||1.3/4||1.8/5|
|9:00||Jane the Virgin||0.7/1||1103||0.5/2||0.5/1||0.5/1|
|7:00||La Sombra del Pasado||1.0/2||1814||0.7/3|
|8:00||Mi Corazon es Tuyo||1.7/3||3203||1.2/4|
|9:01||Hasta el Fin del Mundo||1.6/3||3109||1.1/3|
|10:03||Que Te Perdone Dios||1.3/2||2549||0.9/3|
Source: Live+Same Day data, Nielsen Media Research