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Nov. 22, 2019, 12:26 a.m. EST

Why now’s the time to spend your money around the world — plus more top investing tips

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Money makes the world go around, but most Americans aren’t keen on investing their money around the world. That’s a bit short-sighted, given that the U.S. economy is growing at a slower pace, and U.S. stocks currently look expensive relative to that growth.

So, if you’re inclined to spend money abroad without actually going there, check out a timely story on where in the world to put your money now, and why. Also, don’t miss MarketWatch’s coverage of the mutual-fund success story that is Vanguard Group, why negative-yielding bonds might appeal to retirees, and an interview with economist Robert Shiller about catalysts that could drive U.S. stocks “substantially” higher.

— Jonathan Burton

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