May 4, 2007

Marketplace Money for May 4, 2007

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Marketplace Money for May 4, 2007

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Wall Street, meet Chat Street

May 4, 2007
Think that no one else shares your appreciation for a certain stock? Alisa Roth takes us into the world of online stock communities, where investors share their favorite picks.

Comparison shop for that colonoscopy

May 4, 2007
Insurance companies and certain states are allowing customers to shop around for better costs on operations - from a gallbladder replacement to a nose job.

Buzzword: Woodstock of Capitalism

May 4, 2007
No naked hippies at this annual festival. Just a bunch of Warren Buffett groupies. At least they avoid bad stock trips.

Mailbag for Friday, May 4, 2007

May 4, 2007
This week, economics editor Chris Farrell offers his advice on grading a financial planner, retiring overseas and using retirement money for a house payment.

Day in the Work Life: Put on that tutu

May 4, 2007
Ballet requires 100% dedication and sometimes very long hours. We take an inside look with a dancer from the New York City Ballet.

Your house in your hands

May 4, 2007
Who actually owns your home? Tess Vigeland talks with Money Magazine's Stephen Gandel, who shares real estate horror stories.

Investment Clubs: The vital how-to's

May 4, 2007
How do you start or join an investment club? Tess Vigeland went back to San Jose to get some good advice from club members.

Investment Clubs: The vital how-to's (Part 2)

May 4, 2007
Tess continues to chat it up with investment club members in San Jose about how the club's doing, personal bests and the Chinese market.

Straight Story: Worrying about inflation

May 4, 2007
The numbers say that the economy is barely growing. Chris says the Fed is vigilant against inflation.