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The case for sinking Cathie Wood’s Ark—here’s how one ETF provider outlines the short thesis

Happy Thursday! I’ll be walking you through some of the big themes that MarketWatch is spotting in exchange-traded funds this week. Everybody was jumping on the bandwagon of star stock picker Cathie Wood and her Ark Investment suite of funds in 2020, including the flagship Ark Innovation ETF ARKK, -1.72% but the tune has changed […]

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You have a purpose, you just need to find it—and it’s one of the most important things for your retirement

According to a 2020 Edward Jones/Age Wave study, one in three new retirees struggles with finding purpose after leaving their job. In many ways, that’s not surprising. Like author and motivational speaker Wayne Dyer used to say, “If you are what you do, then when you don’t, you aren’t.” Yet according to a new book, […]

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20 stocks for maximum growth as the world switches to clean energy

If you would like your investments to help protect the Earth, you might as well go in for the long term and try to make a lot of money as companies specializing in low-emissions and sustainable energy technologies grow. Below is a screen of alternative-energy companies expected to produce the fastest revenue growth over the […]

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What does a mature streaming service look like? Netflix is about to show us

Netflix Inc. proved to the world that streaming video could be a big business. Now it will show the world what that business looks like when it hits maturity. Netflix’s growth stage hit warp speed during the COVID-19 pandemic, then fell off in the first quarter after nearly a year of staggering growth. When the […]

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The No. 1 reason workers are considering switching jobs

Many workers are ready to bounce. Some 95% of respondents in a new survey were “currently considering changing jobs,” and 92% said they would switch industries to get a new job.  Worker burnout has risen in varying degrees during the pandemic as many employees are saddled with additional domestic responsibilities, blurred work-life boundaries, frontline-work stress […]

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The lure of the open road — and the open-air hotel corridor

Just about everyone recognizes that the midcentury-modern noun motel is a portmanteau derived from two pre-existing words: motor (or motorist) and hotel. But it turns out there’s a more technically correct term for the lodging format: “ ‘Exterior-corridor hotel.’ ” That’s an industry term of art, according to a New York Times report, for a […]

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