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MarketWatch .- Weekly Roundup : The Week's Top Videos. July 10, 2010.

Weekly Roundup JULY 10, 2010 The week's top videos By MarketWatch In case you missed them, here are the top 10 videos that appeared on MarketWatch for the week of July 5-9: Timing your Social Security benefits Many people start their Social Security benefits early, but given average life expectancy today, that's often not a good idea. In today's Personal Finance Minute, MarketWatch's Andrea Coombes looks at the timing of your payout.   Watch Video Report. Smartphones need to learn some manners From texting in meetings to taking a call at the dinner table, here is a list of etiquette tips fit for the smartphone generation.   Watch Video Report. Your personal cell tower Roger Cheng tells us about a textbook-size cell-phone gadget known as a femtocell that helps with unreliable cellular service. So why aren't major cellular carriers promoting the device?   Watch Video Report. Are stocks finally cheap? Paul Vigna discusses se

MarketWatch : Personal Finance Daily .´This week's Personal Finance Stories. July 10th., 2010

Personal Finance Daily JULY 10, 2010 This week's top Personal Finance stories By MarketWatch In case you missed them, here are the top 10 Personal Finance stories from MarketWatch for the week of July 6-July 9: Workers' salaries lost ground in past decade Losing a job is a scary prospect for families during a recession, but there's a less-noticed problem that also hurts workers: stagnating wages. See Diary of a Recession Baby. Want a new car? It's a good time to trade in your old one There's rarely been a better time than now to trade in your used car for a new one. New cars are loaded with deals and rebates while a dearth of used cars is driving up those prices. See Jennifer Waters's Consumer Confidential. Invest like a millionaire The rich -- if the latest World Wealth Report is any indication -- are truly different than you and me. According to that report, the world's wealthiest investors, some 10 million strong