"Now newness is coming at us continuously. And the brain hasn’t evolved to deal with that onslaught of newness. There has to be some sculpting of the input. Otherwise it just becomes random noise." – Daniel LevitinDo you see yourself as in control of your destiny, or do you see things the other way around? Join Neuroscientist Daniel Levitin, author of The Organized Mind, and Think Again host Jason Gots for a fascinating, high-energy exploration of human agency in the age of digital overload.
It's been seven years since the start of the last bull market. Is it time for investors to adjust the equity portion of their retirement portfolios? Jane Hodges, freelance writer and frequent contributor to the Wall Street Journal, lays out four options for how much stock you might want to own in a retirement account.
Federal regulators are asking for more and more private data to help them better monitor markets, but can they keep it secure? The Wall Street Journal's Andrew Ackerman has the latest details, including what may change under a Trump administration.