4 Common Biases that Affect Financial Decisions

Psychological biases can have a strong influence on how we view and handle our money. We'll look at four biases that can impact how we manage our equity compensation.

In Your 20s: Should You Consider Investing?

One of the most important things you can do in your 20s is to develop good financial habits. Here's how to get started.

How to Stay on Top of Your Retirement Savings

Ever wonder if you're on track to reach your retirement goal? Here's how to calculate how much you should have saved by now.

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.

8 Mistakes to Avoid When Planning for College Costs

These planning mistakes could potentially cost you thousands in lost student aid and raise your out-of-pocket expenses.

Love and Money: Navigating Your Finances Together

From budgeting basics to big financial decisions, managing your money as a couple can be a challenge. Explore ideas to help transform money talks into opportunities for growth.

Broker-Dealers vs. Investment Advisors

Broker-dealers and advisors are both obliged to work in your best interest but in different ways. Learn the regulatory differences between the two as well as several key terms.

Portfolio Margin vs. Regulation T Margin

Portfolio margin offers qualified individuals access to risk-based margin. Here's the difference between portfolio margin and Regulation T margin.

(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.