Articles by Jason Hull
Automate your investing to avoid emotion driven decisions.
Emotion and bias push stocks in real and unpredictable ways.
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.