Our Terms of Use and Privacy Policy have changed. We think you'll like them better this way.

Your Money Matters



Follow This Show

Stay in the know about new episodes and updates.
Get your personal finances in shape with advice on budgeting, credit card debt, college tuition, retirement and more.

On-Demand Episodes

In wake of a stronger than expected jobs report and another positive week for stocks, where does the market go from here? What should investors watch? Tony Dwyer, chief market strategist at Canaccord Genuity, talks with Charlie Turner.

The economy added 242 thousand jobs in February, which was more than expected. But hourly wages were weaker than forecast. WSJ talks about the numbers with Brian Battle, director of trading at Performance Trust Capital... more

Miriam Gottfried, David Reilly, Alex Frangos and Steve Russolillo dissect whether the recent rally means we're back to a bull market, or if market optimism for March is misplaced.

Did you buy a home and then sell it within a year? Home flipping surged in three-quarters of cities surveyed by RealtyTrac in 2015. Daren Blomquist joins John Wordock to reveal RealtyTrac's latest findings.

Watching Your Wealth: Financial adviser Winnie Sun, co-founder of Sun Group Wealth Partners, reveals why some wealthy folks aren't feeling so wealthy lately, and highlights the shifting financial trends at the root of this growing sentiment.

After a postponed earnings call, can the return of chief executive Michael Pearson help Valeant Pharmaceuticals find its way out of a cloud of uncertainty?

Wall Street investors will have plenty to deal with in the coming week, including the closely-watched February employment report. Art Hogan of Wunderlich Securities talks about the week ahead.

Heard on the Street: The debate continues around one-product companies like Fitbit and GoPro over whether they have staying power. Dan Gallagher joins Miriam Gottfried and Steve Russolillo to discuss whether or not these... more

Adam Ochstein, Founder and CEO of StratEx, discusses the best course of action to take after learning you've been passed up for a promotion, and how to go about stacking the odds in your favor for next time.

Watching Your Wealth: The road to retirement can be a long one. WSJ's Anne Tergesen reveals the steps you need to take if you want to get the job done in three years.