Jason Zweig

Investing Columnist for the Wall Street Journal

Jason Zweig appears in the following:

Changes for Retirement Savers

Thursday, April 07, 2016

If you’re saving for retirement and give money to financial professionals, their slogan might be “We put customers first.” Until recently that was just marketing strategy; now it’s law.


Financial How-To With a Bite

Monday, November 30, 2015

A personal finance expert demystifies Wall Street lingo...with humor.

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Getting Financial Advisers to Care (More) About You

Friday, August 14, 2015

Right now, if they give you retirement advice, they don’t necessarily have to put your interests ahead of their personal gain. President Obama wants to change that.

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The Madoff Fallout

Wednesday, December 24, 2008

What's the next step for victims of the Madoff scandal? Jason Zweig, personal finance columnist for the Wall Street Journal; and Gregory Sisk, Law Professor at the University of Saint Thomas, discuss some of the options.

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Wall Street Ponzi scheme uncovered

Monday, December 15, 2008

Trader Bernard Madoff has been accused of cheating investors of $50 billion. In my column last week I talked about that very term you highlighted 'sophisticated investor' and su...


Your Money and Your Brain

Wednesday, September 12, 2007

Neuroeconomics is an emerging field of science that combines neuroscience, economics, psychology, and biology. The science shows that our brains are very self-deceptive and that they lead us to frequently make irrational investment decisions. In Your Money and Your Brain, finance writer Jason Zweig explains how understanding neuroeconomics can actually ...

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