WHERE TO WATCH
What is Robo Investing & What Can We Learn from Warren Buffett?
June 28, 2017
Updated 4mo ago
The rise of roboinvesting, passive versus active investing and which is right for you, plus a deep dive into the investment strategy of perhaps the greatest investor of all time: Warren Buffett.
Cheddar Awards: Jeff Bezos Is 2018's Biggest Flirt
Oct 18, 2017
Human Behavior & Black Friday Trends
According to a report done by PWC, Black Friday shopping has fallen 24% in the past two years. Lisa Rowan, Writer at The Penny Hoarder, joins Your Cheddar to discuss how e-commerce is changing, not killing, the Black Friday tradition. Plus, are you a single parent who can't get your finances in order? Emma Johnson, Author of "The Kickass Single Mom" joins Your Cheddar to help navigate through the tricky topics of child support and gaining financial independence. And University of Chicago professor Richard Thaler was awarded the Nobel Prize in Economic Sciences for his research into the study of human behavior in decision-making, also known as "behavioral economics". Tobie Stanger, Senior Editor at Consumer Reports, joins Your Cheddar to explain how Thaler explored how our irrational behavior becomes predictable patterns. In learning this, he realized we can use prompts, or "nudges," to help make better financial decisions.
Aug 9, 2017
Modern Family, Modern Money
Disney ends its fairytale romance with Netflix to start its own streaming service. Hosts Kristen Scholer and Jon Steinberg discuss the implications of Disney's explosive announcement. Ally Bank's Senior Director of Corporate Citizenship Jacqueline Howard breaks down the tools the modern American family needs to manage finances. Plus, how communication and consistency within a blended family are the keys to financial success. And Emma Johnson, author of "The Kickass Single Mom," explains some of the mistakes single moms make such as: relying on child support, living the same lifestyle she did before a break-up, and not dreaming big enough.
Oct 4, 2017
Hackers Are Going After Businesses of All Sizes
Equifax's ex-CEO testified in front of Congress Tuesday morning, taking blame for the massive data breach in September. He says systems were deployed, but they didn't work. Maria Aspan, Senior Editor at Inc. Magazine, discusses her thoughts on how the company could have avoided this and what it needs to do to gain customer trust back. Plus, will regulation be implemented in the cybersecurity space? Aspan doesn't believe so.