NewsWatch: April has been bullish for stocks but you shouldn’t bet on a repeat this year

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Wall Street’s calendar trading patterns aren’t worth planning your days around. See full story.

We want to retire in a place with a low cost of living, no humidity and no colder than 50 degrees — I freeze easily! Where should we go?

The house budget is broad: $ 250,000 to $ 450,000. See full story.

Investors worry inflation will persist after a spike this summer — but that likely won’t be the case

Faster inflation later this year will be the result of a comparison with artificially low consumer prices a year earlier during the pandemic. See full story.

A bitcoin revolution is underway and MarketWatch is gathering a cast of crypto experts to explain what it all means. Sign up!

A financial paradigm shift may be evolving right under our very noses. Here’s how to find out if it is an investment opportunity or another bubble. See full story.

Zuckerberg, Dorsey get a Congressional tongue lashing, but does DC have more punishment in store?

It has become something of a routine ritual for CEOs of the nation’s biggest tech companies to appear before Congress to be harshly criticized for allegedly engaging in monopolistic behavior, biased censorship and violations of privacy, but in the decade since the ascendance of Big Social Media, Congress has failed to back up their words with real legislation. See full story.


‘What would be some ways I could help her financially or otherwise without giving her a house?’ See full story.