NewsWatch: Billionaire Sam Zell says he’s buying at ‘ridiculously low’ prices in one particular sector amid market volatility

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Sam Zell opens up about how he’s navigating his investments in this environment. See full story.

Mortgage rates fall to all-time low amid coronavirus concerns — here’s why you should think twice about waiting to refinance

Unfortunately for home buyers, the drop in mortgage rates isn’t likely to spur more people to put their homes up for sale. See full story.

Here’s what to buy in a ‘completely absurd’ market, according to this longtime strategist

With stocks under pressure, havens flashing a warning sign, and demand for commodities sinking, it might be worth seeing what a “perma-bear” recommends buying. See full story.

Cruise ship stocks take double-digit dives to multiyear lows

Shares of cruise ship operators took double-digit dives Thursday toward their lowest closes in years, as the global spread of the coronavirus fueled fears of drop in demand for international travel. See full story.

Americans are stocking up on disinfectant wipes, but will they kill coronavirus?

The EPA states: ‘The pathogens are often unavailable commercially and standard methods for laboratory testing may not exist.’ See full story.


‘My grandmother and mother both have lawyers, and they both say that they are going to get this pension. It’s been dragging on for nearly two years.’ See full story.