Articles by Jason Hull
Checking your portfolio everyday can be dangerous, unless you're using that time to check your own worst impulses as well.
Research shows self-attribution bias at the top can hinder company performance.
A look at 2012 market performance, and the questionable case for picking the best names.
It's a tough reality, but aging can impair your money decision.
Tax laws have changed in ways that can affect you.
Properly evaluating uncertain outcomes is an important skill.
Rebalancing a portfolio can grow your nest egg, but other strategies might yield better results.
It's a hassle, but making sure fund holdings are diversified matters.
Chasing performance feels good, but it can hurt returns.
Set some reasonable goals, and use these strategies to follow through.