June’s worst stocks are good bets to beat the U.S. market in in July. See full story.
This U.S. city has the highest share of superrich residents in the world — and it’s not San Francisco, New York or Seattle
The global population of people worth $30 million or more grew by 1.7% in 2020. See full story.
My mother-in-law bought shoes for my nieces to wear to a wedding, but not for my daughter — even though they wore the same dresses
‘My husband's parents give money and gifts to his sisters and to their children, but they ignore us.' See full story.
As worries emerge about the delta variant and the J&J shot, health officials — and, so far, the research — say the vaccinated are still protected
The Delta variant is already the most dominant strain of the virus in some U.S. states, and that’s putting some Americans easing back into “normal” life on edge. See full story.
We live in California where $1 million gets you a fixer-upper. Should we stop investing $5,000 a month and buy a home instead?
‘Would we be better served to continue putting $5,000 or more into stocks each month, buy a rental property in another state where the market is great?' See full story.
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