Join MarketWatch for our Mastering Your Money event on September 28-29
What are your biggest questions and concerns as we enter the second year of the pandemic? MarketWatch will host a live Mastering Your Money event at 1pm on September 28-29, focused on making personal finance decisions in a “new normal.”
Journalists from MarketWatch and Barron’s will be joined by a host of panelists to explore the myriad of market, social and economic forces affecting your investments, in addition to their impacts on your career, your expenses and your family’s finances.
Experts will speak out on investing, retirement, real estate and more. Our team of journalists will answer financial questions from the public during an Ask MarketWatch session, and we will solve real-world financial dilemmas during Moneyist Live.
You can register for the event here.
On September 28, we’ll take a look at smart investing strategies, in light of the potential collapse of Chinese real estate giant Evergrande 3333,
the delta variant of COVID-19 and fallout from the Federal Open Market Committee meeting on September 21-22.
How to invest in the new normal? What do you need to know about the many curves we’ve seen in recent months to make smart decisions? Are memes stocks or cryptos right for you – and will these trends continue?
Many analysts say the market should take a big correction as the S&P 500 SPX,
Recorded over 200 sessions with no recoil of 5% or more from a recent peak, making the current stretch of levitation the longest since 2016.
We’ll also explore how to use alternative data sources to gain early insight into what to expect for the economy, markets, and businesses, and offer guidance on when and where to retire, how to manage care. health and how not outlive your money.
On September 29, we’ll turn our attention to the virtual revolution in the way we work and how America’s saving and spending habits have changed – or are expected to change – during the pandemic and beyond. .
Fund managers, travel experts and behavioral psychologists will try to make sense of the hottest questions of the day. How has the coronavirus pandemic impacted childcare? What about your taxes and your work-life balance?
The economy has also changed over the past year and a half. We’ll look at how to handle the price hike – which has been both unusual and unpredictable – how to negotiate a raise and whether, for example, you should keep your fussy side.
With the help of a certified public accountant and family law attorney, The Moneyist will answer legal questions live, ranging from inheritance and divorce issues to planning for your financial future.