Signing of Romelu Lukaku
The Belgian forward has certainly not produced his best form yet since signing permanently from Everton, but it was the manner of the signature that struck home.
A few years ago the idea of Everton spending £28 million on one player was fanciful and it just goes to show the positive direction Bill Kenwright is currently pushing the club.
Signing of Samuel Eto'o
The Cameroonian legend has been a little wizard at times for Everton since his free transfer move from Chelsea.
A recent performance against Burnley was flawless and here's hoping he continues that level throughout the season.
Wolfsburg and Lille victories
Goodison Park on a European night has been missed. Sure the Europa League has negatively affected Everton in the league, no doubt.
But the thumping wins against Wolfsburg and Lille at home were certainly worth it.
Nothing beats getting one over Liverpool. Although this was not a win, it sure felt like one.
With the game seemingly over and Liverpool 1-0 the ball fell to Phil Jagielka outside the box. The centre-back fired in a stunning half volley and Everton grabbed a point from Anfield.
In October Everton announced their highest ever profit of £28.2 million for the year ending May 31st 2014.
Much of that money was reinvested into the signing of Lukaku but it was helped by a TV deal and a rise in sponsorship income.
Everton are making money in football the right way, for the first time in a long time.