NewsWatch: The stock market could double by 2030 because COVID has ‘utterly changed’ the policy environment: analyst


A prominent stock-market analyst throws in the towel as the S&P 500 index nears his end-of-decade target with “eight-and-a-half years to go,” writing that he now agrees with colleagues that the U.S. benchmark could hit 8,000 by 2030. See full story.

Inherited $500K? Or $1 million? Here’s how to make that money act like a monthly pension

With the right asset allocation and withdrawal strategy, investors may not worry so much about the large sum of money in their accounts. See full story.

These are the stocks for playing Biden’s infrastructure push, analysts say

President Joe Biden’s big speech on infrastructure is slated to come on Wednesday as he visits Pittsburgh. Analysts have been thinking about his push for spending $3 trillion or more on roads, clean energy, broadband and much more — including how to make money from it. See full story.

Don’t laminate your COVID vaccination card before doing these 5 things

How to keep your COVID vaccine card safe, and what to do if you lose it See full story.

Meet the 26-year-old billionaire who’s game to take on Elon Musk and Tesla

Austin Russell talked with MarketWatch about remote work, Elon Musk and what it’s like to be a billionaire. See full story.


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