What financial advisers have been doing with their clients’ money since the pandemic started and people search LESS for jobs after they exhaust their unemployment benefits

2020-06-24

Stay safe, MarketWatchers, and don’t miss these top stories: Personal finance Almost 1 in 3 Americans feel less patriotic this July 4th Fewer people are celebrating the Fourth of July or spending money on the holiday this year, surveys find What financial advisers have been doing with their clients’ moneyRead More →

Stocks fell for a third day Wednesday on coronavirus fears — 5 questions to ask your financial adviser right now

2020-02-26

Stock markets fell for third consecutive day Wednesday, following alarming news over the weekend that the coronavirus had spread much further than originally thought. Meanwhile, Treasury bonds TMUBMUSD10Y, -1.54%, Swiss francs FXF, -0.02%, and gold GLD, +0.44%  — assets that generally attract investor interest in times of turmoil — rose.Read More →

Man who made a killing during financial crisis says that, at some point, the stock market will slow down — but, till then, ‘I love riding a horse that’s running’

2020-01-17

‘I love riding a horse that’s running.’ David Tepper tells CNBC Perhaps, cribbing from the lyrics to the viral song “Old Town Road”, David Tepper is going to take his horse and ride till he can’t no more. That is essentially the sentiment conveyed by the founder of hedge fundRead More →

‘Real Housewives’ TV mogul on Meghan and Harry’s bid for financial freedom and my ex-husband won’t leave our home and rents out rooms on Airbnb

2020-01-11

Don’t miss these top stories: ‘Meghan Markle found out she would be a civil servant in a tiara.’ How Meghan and Harry’s American adventure will make them rich beyond their wildest dreams With advice from friends like Oprah, the royal couple will likely follow the Obamas’ lucrative post-White House careerRead More →

‘Being objective is incredibly hard’: top financial advisers reveal their New Year’s resolutions to MarketWatch

2019-12-26

Broad Green Pictures / courtesy Everett Collection Like millions of others, financial advisers are planning resolutions for 2020. Self-care, simplified finances and unemotional investing choices are some of the ways financial advisers are planning to better themselves in 2020. Despite their differing goals, the advisers who answered a MarketWatch questionRead More →