By Philip van Doorn, MarketWatch
Here are must-read MarketWatch articles on investing and personal finance from the past week.
1. A dividend-stock screen
John Buckingham, editor of the highly rated Prudent Speculator, screens the stocks he holds to identify 25 dividend stocks with attractive valuations.
2. This millennial saved up almost $1 million without earning a big salary
A man in his 30s explains how he accumulated $1 million when earning between $55,000 and $75,000 a year. Over a hundred MarketWatch readers share their opinions.
3. Why buy bonds with negative yields?
You may be wondering why investors would buy European government bonds with negative yields. Here’s the answer.
4. What an early retiree learned during the first two years
5. Scooping up downtrodden stocks of good companies
Mark Finn of the T. Rowe Price Value Fund /zigman2/quotes/209574122/realtime TRVLX +1.15% explains how he shops for bargain stocks and outperforms competitors.
6. A retirement crisis for millennials
Mark Hulbert explains why millennials are the new face of the retirement crisis.
More on saving and retirement planning:
7. An ETF for you?
8. Investing during a recession
More on recession possibilities:
9. These companies may be in the crosshairs
10. Real life is different from what is ‘seen on TV’
A company that helps people renovate homes finds that ‘fixer uppers’ usually cost buyers more than move-in-ready houses.
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