NewsWatch: Here’s why investors should be looking at old tech stalwarts right now, says this money manager


Our call of the day, from The Bahnsen Group’s chief investment officer, David Bahnsen, says investors may be blind to valuation risks for some of the most popular tech stocks. See full story.

GameStop: The incredible unshortable stock

Even news that a new equity offering will dilute share price can’t dampen the enthusiasm of GME’s Reddit army to squeeze the shorts. See full story.

Gonzaga basketball star Jalen Suggs’s decision to pass on a football scholarship could end up making him millions

Before Suggs was one of the best college basketball players in the country, he was a highly-recruited football player in high school. See full story.

At what age should you stop saving for retirement?

Retirement is getting closer, but there’s still a lot of living ahead See full story.

Home remodeling trends: What’s in and what’s out for 2021

Yards are being transformed and walls are being repainted in the latest colors, but demand and safety concerns can make the remodeling process much longer. See full story.


The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau is moving to strengthen protections for struggling mortgage borrowers, including those with non-federally backed loans who have so far been excluded from nationwide Covid-related relief. See full story.

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