In our effortlessly cool way, at myStockOptions.com we offer podcasts on many topics in equity compensation. To add to our several audio recordings on the basics of equity comp, we have begun a series of podcast interviews with some of our expert contributing authors on a variety of subjects (click on the titles below to listen right now).
Why Restricted Stock And RSUs Are A Good Deal
Compensation expert Richard Friedman explains what makes restricted stock and restricted stock units valuable forms of equity compensation. This audio recording is a companion to Mr. Friedman's article on this topic in the Restricted Stock section of myStockOptions.com, where he also has articles on financial and tax planning for restricted stock and RSUs.
Your Company Stock: The Importance Of Diversification
In a lively interview, CFP Laura Tanner shares her wisdom on investment diversification for employees with holdings of company stock. This audio recording is a companion to Ms. Tanner's article on diversification at myStockOptions.com.
Financial Planning For Stock Compensation
CFP Alan Ungar gives guidance on choosing the optimal time to exercise stock options and expresses his point of view on what employees should do with shares acquired from restricted stock/RSU vesting. This audio recording is a companion to Mr. Ungar's article series on option exercise strategies at myStockOptions.com.
College Funding With Stock Compensation
In this interview, college-funding advisor Troy Onink explains strategies for the use of stock options, restricted stock/RSUs, and other equity awards to pay for the ever-increasing costs of higher education. This audio recording is a companion to Mr. Onink's article series in the College Funding section at myStockOptions.com.
This quartet of podcasts is just the start of a long-running series of author interviews that we plan to publish in the coming months and years. In general, we are continuing to expand our multimedia offerings, which include videos on restricted stock and RSUs.
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