NewsWatch: Reddit moderator slams Wall Street ‘fat cats’ as GameStop’s wild ride continues — ‘They hate that you played by the rules and still won’

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The smug factor is running hot in Reddit’s buzzy WallStreetBets community, where a growing number of NSFW stock-flippers — the subreddit has more than 2 million subscribers — are clearly feeling pretty good about themselves these days. See full story.

Get ready for Apple’s first $100 billion quarter in history

Even a pandemic can’t stop Apple Inc. from hitting new records. The smartphone giant is likely to post its first-ever quarter with revenue above $100 billion Wednesday. See full story.

When the bull market breaks, it’s ‘likely to break hard,’ warns longtime bear who suggests investors are putting too much faith in the vaccine

David Tice, the former manager of the Prudent Bear Fund, explained to CNBC why he believes the market will eventually take a 30% hit that will last two years. See full story.

Life after the COVID-19 vaccine: Americans won’t rush back to restaurants, ball games — or public transportation

‘The arrival of vaccines won’t automatically flip a switch to put the world back on its pre-COVID path,’ said Scott McKenzie, global intelligence leader at Nielsen. See full story.

Shopping for a home and scared of COVID-19? Here’s how real-estate agents are keeping clients safe

‘Whenever I see a new place, I have to sign forms about COVID-19, such as if I have traveled anywhere, tested positive recently or know anyone who has.’ See full story.


Monday’s top personal finance stories See full story.