Most people are tourists at one time or another, but you probably don’t want to retire to a beautiful place filled with traffic as visitors pour in every day. Catey Hill interviews a couple who have moved to a beautiful part of Italy that tourists haven’t discovered.
Family money problems — things turn nasty
Quentin Fottrell — MarketWatch’s Moneyist — helps readers every week with difficult financial problems, often centered on differences of opinion among family members. This time, there’s a mistress involved.
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A simple play on 5G
If you were to put all your eggs in one basket to invest in the coming 5G build-out and device-replacement cycle, this stock would be best, according to Nigam Arora.
Related opinion: 5G rollout is already behind, and coronavirus might slow it further
When to go to Disney
In mid-February, gloomy northerners may be dreaming of — or planning — family trips to warmer climates. But if you are considering Disneyland or Disney World, it may be best to head to the parks when it is warmer, because the cost savings can be enormous, as Jacob Passy explains in detail.
How to invest in dividend stocks
Michael Brush offers nine tips for dividend-stock investors.
Are you taking too much risk with your investments?
Alessandra Malito interviews Raoul Pal, a former hedge-fund manager who believes many people nearing retirement age have their portfolios overly focused on stocks.
The ‘everything rally’
It’s fascinating to see gold GCH20, +1.54% hitting its highest price since 2013 as the S&P 500 index SPX, -1.18% continues to set records and bond prices rise as well. One would normally expect gold to soar as investors grow afraid of the securities markets. Euphoria can be a sign that the bull market is nearing its end, and many prominent investment strategists are advising caution.
The fanciest home for Bezos and modest taxes for Amazon
Amazon.com AMZN, -2.59% CEO Jeff Bezos just paid $165 million for a new home. Here’s some surprising context: Amazon paid less than that in federal income taxes on $3.8 billion in pretax profit.