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If you're retiring soon, it seems like the timing couldn't be any worse. What's the best way to manage your portfolio when "the long haul" isn't an option? Bob Moon takes a closer look.
In this edition of Getting Personal, Chris and Tess talk about the turmoil in the markets, recovering from a scam, judging the reputation of online banks and saving for your children.
Recession, downturn, banana ... whatever you call it, something's going on. Economics editor Chris Farrell sets the story straight on the current economic situation.
How should we interpret the market's recent moves? We ask regular folks if the economy is in recession, then Tess asks the experts what it means if we are.
After such a frantic week in the stock market, Tess checks in with two of the investment clubs we followed in 2007 to see how they're weathering the storm.
Investors who thought they were safely diversified in foreign markets got a rude awakening this week. Tess talks to Eric Schurenberg about the do's and don'ts of investing overseas.
Women have more wealth than ever before, but less confidence about hanging onto it. Ashley Milne-Tyte reports on how women are learning to take control of their financial futures.
Marketplace Money for January 26-27, 2008