If you haven�t asked this question, you will. Is it time to take your chips off the table? With the major stock market indexes close to all-time highs, now seems as good a time as any to walk away from the table, especially if you are back to where you were in 2008. See full story.Get retirement investing advice�for less
While individual investors can and do create low-cost retirement portfolios all by themselves, there is something to be said for having a professional paying attention to the market. Here�s how to get retirement investing advice�for less. See full story.BMW M5: Too smoothly outrageous for America
BMW�s M5 for 2013 marries tempestuous performance to a weirdly calm and deceptive disposition, a quality of deep mechanical serenity that almost seems like boredom, at least until the cops pull you over, writes Dan Neil. See full story.The 10 cars that are cheapest to insure
Car insurance rates should be simple to calculate. Inexpensive cars are cheap to insure because they cost less to fix. But the math is much more complex than that. Factors that determine insurance cost include the price of the car, age of the driver, how a car is driven and passenger protection. Take a look at 10 of the cheapest vehicles to insure. See full story.7 mutual funds to buy after the next correction
Buying mutual funds in U.S. stock categories where investors have pulled out the most money is ultimately more profitable than following the herd into the style du jour. See full story.MARKETWATCH PERSONAL FINANCE
Of all the silliness and hype that surrounds the Super Bowl, few things could be more ridiculous than trying to use various �indicators� and �predictors� to tie two completely unrelated things together. It makes for fun conversation, but horrible investing. And while few people truly value the Super Bowl as an investment indicator, the truth is that plenty of people invest based on data and patterns and theories that are every bit as flimsy and dangerous, but less patently ridiculous. See full story.