By Philip van Doorn, MarketWatch
MarketWatch rounds up 10 of its most interesting topics over the past week.
1. Luke Perry and some frightening statistics
Like Perry, who starred on “Beverly Hills, 90210,” died on Monday after suffering form a stroke at the age of 52. There has been a surprising increase in the number of young adults being hospitalized for strokes and in the number suffering heart attacks.
2. A technical warning about Boeing’s shares
Boeing (NYS:BA) keeps announcing large new orders and has solid business fundamentals. The company’s stock is up 32% this year, following a 12% return in 2018. But Sven Henrich calls Boeing a dangerous stock.
3. Happy anniversary!
Saturday will mark 10 years since the Dow Jones Industrial Average (DOW:DJIA) and the S&P 500 (S&P:SPX) hit their lows following the 2008 financial crisis. Three money managers reflect on the emotions of the moment and the investment opportunities it created.
Mark Hulbert: This bull market is 10 years old? Try three months
4. Stock-market caution and opportunities
A very strong start to 2019 for U.S. stocks means it is time to be cautious, according to Michael Brush, who also recommends three stocks to buy on weakness.
5. An important IPO out of China
Here are five things to know about Futu Holdings, an online brokerage based in Hong Kong that will soon list its American depositary receipts on the Nasdaq exchange.
6. Why am I so worried about money when my finances are in good shape?
MarketWatch’s Moneyist advises a reader who says “I’m not a wealthy guy, but I am pretty blessed.” Join the conversation.
7. Something fishy is going on
If you are paying a lot of money for your favorite fish or seafood at a supermarket or restaurant, there is a good chance you’re actually buying something else and being ripped off.
8. Retirement and sacrifice
9. Rethinking low-carb diets
Extreme diets can do more harm than good. Here’s the right way to eat carbs.
10. An easy way to make life better
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