The U.S. stock market has made a remarkable comeback from its late-March bottom. We have just seen the best 50-day rally ever, according to LPL Financial Research.
But investors always need to be careful. Jeff Reeves lists five stocks with momentum and upside potential to buy now, contrasting them with five he believe are less likely to perform well.
Related:What market timers think of the current rally for stocks
If you run a business or work for yourself, read this
Brett Arends explains solo 401(k) and other retirement plans that can save you a lot of money in taxes every year, while preparing for retirement.
How Tesla reopened and how big trouble was avoided
Here’s an in-depth look at the behind-the-scenes work done by local officials and staffers at Tesla Inc. TSLA, +2.46%, to reopen the electric car maker’s Fremont, Calif., factory peacefully, despite Elon Musk’s fury.
What next after Friday’s jobs report
Greg Robb looks at how the Federal Reserve will respond.
Prospects for semiconductor stocks
Brad Neuman of Alger expects a 50-year technological revolution in “connected intelligence,” which bodes well for semiconductor stocks. Here’s how those stocks have been performing, and how much upside Wall Street analysts expect for them.
Two C-suite executives, married to each other, open up on work, family and the coronavirus lockdown
They let down their guard in front of their staffs.
How not to trade stocks
Here’s how one trader lost his shirt while others laughed at him.
More on investing and trading:Legendary money manager slashes stock market exposure from 55% to 25%
Also:This indicator shows investors are worried about a November ‘Blue Wave,’ and Democratic corporate tax hikes
An unusual closed-end fund for income-seeking investors
The Reaves Utility Income UTG, +0.16% fund has beaten the performance of the S&P 500 UTG, +0.16% for 5, 10 and 15 years, while paying an attractive monthly dividend.
This nonprofit went from delivering 900 meals a week to 5,000 meals
Here’s how one county’s Meals on Wheels organization, under a leader who took over on Feb. 18, made an incredibly rapid expansion.
Republican ex-governor takes on Trump
Former New Jersey Gov. Christine Todd Whitman takes President Trump to task for his reactions to the protests and violence in the wake of the killing of George Floyd.
Read on:Why health insurers may not cover treatment for injuries at protests
A sad story
Here’s a list of all 154 stores that J.C. Penney Co. JCP, +15.44% will close soon.
A surprising stimulus-check scenario
Quentin Fottrell — MarketWatch’s Moneyist — helps a father who received $1,200 stimulus checks for each of his children, all of whom are under the age of 17.
Can New York City come back?
New York City is no stranger to predictions of doom. But Howard Gold says this time feels different.
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