Can a better understanding of Wall Street help us become more successful investors? We are joined by Jason Zweig, a highly respected financial journalist, “The Intelligent Investor” columnist at The Wall Street Journal and author. His latest book, The Devil’s Financial Dictionary provides an entertaining, informative and insightful look into Wall Street’s true nature.
What do you need to be aware of when you are choosing a financial advisor? What are the hidden costs? Is it better to pay a commission or a percentage of your assets? Two top personal finance journalists, Jason Zweig and Jonathan Clements, both now at The Wall Street Journal, discuss getting good financial advice. […]
The Wall Street Journal’s two top personal finance journalists, Jonathan Clements and Jason Zweig, both now at The Wall Street Journal tackle the three greatest financial challenges facing Americans.
Personal Finance Columnist, “The Intelligent Investor”
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“There’s no doubt that the pursuit of yield is bordering on a mania” says Jason Zweig, The Wall Street Journal‘s Personal Finance Columnist. Don’t miss Consuelo’s discussion when she asks Zweig about dangerous investor behavior and why he is concerned as investors are abandoning bonds and flocking to dividend-paying stocks.
The steep decline in U.S. home prices and sales is at the heart of the financial crisis. When will the housing markets stabilize? We’ll ask Yale Professor of Economics Robert Shiller, the man who predicted the bursting of the housing bubble and co-created the widely followed Case-Shiller Home Price Index. Plus, we’ll take the pulse of opportunities in foreign markets with global portfolio manager David Antonelli of MFS International, and discuss what to do and not to do during this market stress with The Wall Street Journal’s “The Intelligent Investor” columnist Jason Zweig.