The theory, invented by the late New York Times sportswriter Leonard Koppett, says if the NFC team — or an American Football Conference (AFC) squad that originally was an NFC member — wins the game, the stock market, as measured by the S&P 500-stock index, will rise for the year. Conversely, if the AFC team wins, the market will go down. ”
Pittsburgh Steelers (AFC) and Seattle Seahawks( NFC) play this sunday, Feb. 5th, 2006 The interesting thing is that Seahawks came from the NFC. So, a win-win situation?