Happy Thursday, MarketWatchers. Don’t miss these top stories:
This $42 wearable fitness tracker is a ‘real bargain’ — and as good as $100 options
The best fitness trackers under $100, including Samsung Galaxy Fit, Fitbit and more
These are the favorite charitable causes of America’s wealthiest families — and climate change is NOT one of them
A new report by Rockefeller Philanthropy Advisors and Campden Wealth sheds light on the favorite causes of the 1%.
‘It’s sad that people are so greedy.’ My sister persuaded my father to sell his home and leave her everything — can I fight this?
‘She talked my father into rewriting his living trust so that I and my other sister received $1 each.’
Uber is letting drivers set their own fares, so why could they end up making less money?
Following the new gig-economy law in California, Uber is testing out a new feature that allows drivers to set their own rates.
These teenage TikTok stars reveal how their ‘goofy’ videos made them financially independent
‘My content is teen, edgy bad boy,’ says 17-year-old Josh Richards.
As China locks down 3 cities, here’s why the mysterious coronavirus continues to spread so rapidly
A U.S. citizen who recently returned from central China has been diagnosed with the new virus, the CDC said Tuesday.
Super Bowl ticket prices nearing $9,000 — here’s what’s driving the cost
Fans of the San Francisco 49ers and the Kansas City Chiefs see their team play in the Super Bowl on Sunday, Feb. 2.
‘I married a guy that lied about his debt. Now he’s trying to divorce me.’ Can I sue him for lying to me?
‘He said he wanted to marry me to give me his survivor benefits. When I didn’t accept, he offered to buy me a house.’
New FICO changes could lower your credit score
FICO’s new credit score calculator could make it harder for many Americans to get loans.
As Trump becomes the first president to attend the March for Life, here’s where the country stands on abortion now
A new Gallup poll suggests that discontent over U.S. abortion policy is at an all-time high.
Elsewhere on MarketWatch
‘We’re all on a digital detox.’ How senators are handling device withdrawal during the impeachment trial
Most people could benefit from unplugging more, research shows
Share of union workers in the U.S. falls to a record low in 2019
The percentage of American workers in unions fell to a record low in 2019, extending a long slide that began in the 1970s.
This money manager says growth stocks are still your best play, and he has the math to back it up
Tom Plumb of Wisconsin Capital Management says growth-stock valuations aren’t overly high and expects investors to keep paying up for the most successful companies.
Trump is likely right that the Dow would be higher if the Fed hadn’t raised interest rates
Stock prices are moving in tandem with the expansion of the Fed’s balance sheet, but got crunched as the central bank boosted rates.