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 →

The most boring videos on TikTok could save you thousands of dollars, and here’s what you can do to help people who are homeless this holiday season

2019-12-07

TGIF, MarketWatchers. Don’t miss these top stories: Personal Finance Here’s what you can do to help people who are homeless this holiday season (and what NOT to do) A global ‘Sleep Out’ on Saturday will raise awareness and funds to combat homelessness. There’s been a disturbing rise in cellphone injuriesRead More →

5 money-saving tips people hate

2019-11-30

First, people love to save money. They like a deal. If they can get something for $50, that’s better than paying $75. Paying $30 is even better. Second, people don’t like to be told how to save money. Especially when those suggestions deal with strongly held personal preferences. It’s alsoRead More →

Forbes named Kylie Jenner the youngest self-made billionaire ever — and the ‘self-made’ part has people talking

2019-11-24

Meet the world’s youngest selfie-made billionaire. Reality star and cosmetics queen Kylie Jenner, now 22, is probably the most recognizable (and controversial) newcomer in the Forbes magazine world billionaires issue revealed in March, when she was still 21. The social-media star’s fortune officially hit $1 billion earlier this year, severalRead More →

Want to delete Facebook? Read what happened to these people first

2019-10-28

What’s life like after Facebook? Users of the world’s largest social network are once again exploring that question as #DeleteFacebook trends online. Many consumers vowed to deactivate their accounts in 2018 after revelations that U.K.-based campaign strategy firm Cambridge Analytica used millions of Facebook FB, +0.80%  users’ personal data withoutRead More →