PHOTOS: MADDIE MCGARVEY FOR THE WALL STREET JOURNAL
“The older you are, the longer you are unemployed.” Nearly eight million older Americans are out of work or stuck in low-quality jobs, denying them a crucial time to accumulate savings.
Make the most of your failed Bitcoin gamble and sell now. Almost the only good thing about investing in cryptocurrencies in 2018 was the tax break. The popping of the crypto bubble has been painful, but a quick sale (and repurchase, if you choose) may lower your taxes, says the Journal's Tax Report.
These states are on the cusp of losing power in the House. Two years ahead of the 2020 Census, new 2018 population figures show at least a half-dozen congressional seats are likely to shift—and point to which states will be competing for the last few seats.
Is it really five stars? It’s on us to better understand the complicated world of Amazon reviews before we make a purchase. But it’s on Amazon to start rethinking the star system entirely, the Journal's Joanna Stern says.
Markets corrected investor mistakes this year, and it hurts. The S&P 500 soared above average forecasts in the first nine months of 2018, but since then things have gone horribly wrong. History offers a guide about whether the selloff of the past three months might be the start of something much worse, our columnist writes.
How LeBron James became Stephen Curry. He’s shooting more 3-pointers, longer 3-pointers and trickier 3-pointers. The best player in the NBA has adapted to basketball’s evolution.