On the south side of Chicago, in the baddest part of town, if you go down there, you better just beware, that the White Sox finally wear the crown. -- Adapted from Jim Croce's "Bad, Bad Leroy Brown" The White Sox's coronation, 88 years in the making, was the culmination of a postseason performance that was truly majestic. For their efforts, they are the Kings of Baseball for one year. In contradistinction to true sovereign ties, where reigns are inherited and virtually limitless, baseball royalty has to be earned each year. In the investment world, there are precious few crowns. Certainly, my competitive drive dictates my desire to ultimately be crowned. At this point, however, I have to make sure I am not the court jester. With that in mind, here are my picks for this week.