Upgrade your lifestyle with Tecno Spark 10 Series

The introduction of the TECNO Spark 10 series has transformed the world of smartphones. This fantastic series of gadgets has fundamentally changed how we think about mobile technology, providing users with various features geared to match the expectations of today’s fast-paced, tech-savvy world. With the Spark 10 series, TECNO has once again demonstrated that it … Read more

Why Botox and other cosmetic injections may be resilient against economic uncertainty

Many of the people in the U.S. who pay hundreds of dollars every few months to get Botox plan to keep spending money on cosmetic injections despite the economic downturn. Botox’s not exactly recession-proof. AbbVie ABBV, +1.19%, which sells Botox and Juvederm fillers, said demand softened over the last six months of 2022, even while … Read more

At 55 years old, I will have worked for 30 years — what are the pros and cons of retiring at that age? 

Dear MarketWatch,  I currently own one home, no mortgage with rental income. I own another home that will be paid off the year I turn 55. Both valued at $750,000.  I have a 401(k) and other stocks and investments totaling another $750,000. My debt will be all paid by the year I turn 55.   I … Read more

I’m a single dad maxing out my retirement accounts and earning $100,000 – how do I make the most of my retirement dollars?

Dear MarketWatch,  I make over $100,000 a year, and expect to for the foreseeable future. As of now, I am contributing 8% of my income to my 403(b) with a 3% 401(a) match; all Roth. It would be more, but I am maxing out a Roth IRA and an HSA as well each year. I … Read more

A star-crossed trade: Yogis offered friendship to a rich Malibu doctor in exchange for a third of his $60 million fortune

It was a chance encounter that would prove costly. When Dr. Mark Sawusch, a wealthy-but-troubled Malibu eye surgeon first met yoga gurus Anthony Flores and Anna Moore at his favorite vegan ice cream parlor in Venice Beach in 2017, the trio quickly forged a spiritual bond while watching the sun set over the waves. Within … Read more

Our food may be giving us Alzheimer’s disease, new research says

Our Western diet of sugars, salt, refined carbs and bad fats has been linked to higher risks of heart disease and diabetes, liver disease, strokes and multiple types of cancer. It is the lead cause of an obesity epidemic that is killing an estimated 300,000 Americans a year as well as costing the health system … Read more

‘We’re all bracing for impact.’ Most Americans think a recession is already here.

Every conversation about the economy right now boils down to one word and its consequences. That word describes the economy’s likely “landing,” and the most common adjectives for it are soft, hard or crash. That contrasts with a soft landing — which generally means that a central bank fights inflation up to the point where … Read more

A star-crossed trade: Yogis offered friendship to a rich Malibu doctor in exchange for a third of his $60 million fortune and annual rent growth continues to slow — so why do prices still feel so high?

Hi, MarketWatchers. Don’t miss these top stories. A star-crossed trade: Yogis offered friendship to a rich Malibu doctor in exchange for a third of his $60 million fortune Anthony Flores said in depositions that Mark Sawusch paid him and Anna Moore $1 million and offered them a Tesla to remain by his side. Read More … Read more

My 84-year-old brother has dementia. Would his guardian be able to sell the home I co-own with him?

Dear Harry,  My 84-year-old brother lives alone. We believe he has dementia and he has had repeated hospitalizations. He refuses to move to a nursing home. Currently the hospital is in the process of getting him assessed for capacity and petitioning a judge to appoint a professional guardian. I live in another state and have … Read more

Who’s going to care for you if you get dementia? And how will you afford it?

If you’re worried about getting old, you’re probably not worrying enough. Yes, that’s a dismal way to begin. But for people in their 60s and up who fear a future dementia diagnosis, grim statistics abound. An estimated 13.8 million people in the U.S. could have Alzheimer’s disease by 2060, compared with 6.5 million today. And that’s just the … Read more