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Mutual Funds Weekly: These money and investing tips can help you handle any economic and earnings surprises as the second quarter ends

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These money and investing stories, popular with MarketWatch readers over the past week, offer ideas about how to manage your financial portfolio when investors are concerned about rising U.S. coronavirus cases, continued business shutdowns, and the potential for unwelcome economic- and corporate earnings news as the second quarter wraps up.

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These 5 giant stocks are driving the U.S. market now, but watch out down the road

Powerful stock-market leaders ultimately take a fall, writes Mark Hulbert.

These 5 giant stocks are driving the U.S. market now, but watch out down the road

Why Facebook, Amazon, Apple and other highfliers now look a lot like the ‘Nifty Fifty’ bubble stocks of the 1970s

Investors who buy regardless of price and valuation inevitably get hit with reality, writes Vitaliy Katsenelson.

Why Facebook, Amazon, Apple and other highfliers now look a lot like the ‘Nifty Fifty’ bubble stocks of the 1970s

The Fed Model is almost always bullish, which makes it a perfect face for this too-good-to-be-true stock market

Today’s low interest rates don’t justify the bulls’ case.

The Fed Model is almost always bullish, which makes it a perfect face for this too-good-to-be-true stock market

Day-trading reality check: humans are poor investors and even worse traders

Here’s why you should stay away from “free” digital trading platforms.

Day-trading reality check: humans are poor investors and even worse traders

‘Black Swan’ author says if investors don’t use a ‘tail hedge,’ he recommends ‘not being in the market’—‘We’re facing a huge amount of uncertainty’

Author Nassim Taleb offers the notion that investors should be hedged against so-called tail risk, which refer to extreme events that also have a low probability of happening in a distribution of outcomes.

‘Black Swan’ author says if investors don’t use a ‘tail hedge,’ he recommends ‘not being in the market’—‘We’re facing a huge amount of uncertainty’

Is Robinhood making money off those day-trading millennials? Well, yes. That’s kind of the point.

Brokerages make money by allowing companies called ‘market makers’ to act as middlemen between parties that want to buy and those that want to sell. It’s not nefarious, one long-time industry veteran notes, it’s how financial markets work – and work better.

Is Robinhood making money off those day-trading millennials? Well, yes. That’s kind of the point.

The pandemic is accelerating the racial wealth divide. Here’s how we turn it around

If we want justice, we must help Black families invest in themselves.

The pandemic is accelerating the racial wealth divide. Here’s how we turn it around

Here’s why a $4.7 trillion record ‘wall of cash’ won’t power the stock market to new heights

Don’t bet on a “wall of cash” to come streaming into the stock market.

Here’s why a $4.7 trillion record ‘wall of cash’ won’t power the stock market to new heights

Why there’s so much drama about when to claim Social Security

We’re not entirely rational about using retirement savings.

Why there’s so much drama about when to claim Social Security

Unusual market indicators Wall Street is watching now

From restaurant bookings to searches for driving directions, WSJ’s David Hodari explains the unconventional indicators market watchers are now looking at to understand how the economy is faring during the pandemic.

Unusual market indicators Wall Street is watching now

How to keep emotions out of your portfolio with systematic investing

Dr. Kathryn Kaminski, Chief Research Strategist at AlphaSimplex, explains how systematic strategies can be used to manage risk in volatile markets.

How to keep emotions out of your portfolio with systematic investing

How to build your ESG portfolio

ESG refers to investment strategies that consider environmental, social, and governance factors. Here’s what to know and how you can use it to boost your portfolio.

How to build your ESG portfolio

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