As a group, Chinese futures traders more likely to suffer margin call than to profit
A behavioral nudge passes a real-world test with 6,000 workers
Popular notion that the poor console themselves with fantasy is perhaps more a comfort to the rich
Though defaults are low, rates on credit card loan-backed notes are high
To many, yes, and that belief leads to lower levels of financial well-being
A 12-month high in local unemployment triggers savings behavior
Student debt weighs on happiness more than mortgages or credit card loans
Believing it arrives sooner leads people to, well, prepare for it
Cost burdens affect half of U.S. households that rent, as housing shortage worsens
Can nudges, tailored to personality traits, persuade retirees to wait?
A review of academic research finds the path to saving more and spending less often involves emotional prompts
Tweaking 401(k) website design and language can significantly boost worker contributions, yet HR doesn’t always see these opportunities
“Uh, I already bought a house”: Tech workers spend ahead of actual stock sales
The government’s floating rate notes feature an added measure of security: higher interest earnings in times of rising rates
The case for using rising market volatility as a signal to pare back on stocks — does higher risk always mean higher return?
Those who keep finances separate are likelier to split up, be less satisfied with their relationship