What Should You Do with Your Employee Stock?

Whether it's stock options, restricted stock units, an employee stock purchase plan, or some other form of equity compensation, many companies offer this vital benefit to employees. But once you have it, what should you do with it?

Common Trading Mistakes to Avoid

Is something getting in the way of your trading? It might be your own tendencies. We discuss 5 common trading blunders to avoid.

(Bonus) Do Super Bowl Wins Diminish in Value?

In this short bonus episode from Financial Decoder, host Mark Riepe connects the Super Bowl LVIII matchup to the concept of economic utility.

Should You Trust Popular Trading Proverbs?

When navigating the world of stock trading, what kernels of truth can you take from some of the most ubiquitous trading proverbs?

Should You Roll Over Your Retirement Account?

What options do you have when leaving a job where you hold an employer-sponsored retirement account?

How Does Retirement Planning Differ for Freelancers?

What options do freelancers have to get the most benefit out of their retirement savings?

How Can You Build Your Pre-Retirement Checklist?

What do you need to take care of in the handful of years, months, and days before you retire?

Should You Pay Off Your Mortgage Before You Retire?

If you are nearing retirement, does it make sense to pay off your mortgage in advance?

The Hidden Costs of Managing Your Own Money

There are costs—explicit and implicit—with managing a long-term investment portfolio yourself. Make sure you know what it takes in terms of time, interest, discipline, and expertise.

A Sticky Situation: With Guests Richard Thaler, Wendy Wood & Susan Budowski

Friction gets in the way of behavior—and it can become "sludge" when it's used to prevent you from reaching a goal.