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  • Why S&P 500 returns could be flat until 2030 unless you reinvest dividends
  • You have ample savings. So why are you scared of running out of money?
  • Who will win the presidential election? Look at stock markets for clues

These money and investing stories, popular with MarketWatch readers over the past week, offer advice and insights about how to be a patient, prudent buyer who is comfortable holding stocks and other assets for the long-term — making course corrections as needed.

INVESTING NEWS & TRENDS Don’t just default to the S&P 500: Consider this simple four-fund portfolio

You’ll get the comfort of the ubiquitous index with exposure to historically higher performance

Don’t just default to the S&P 500: Consider this simple four-fund portfolio

Why this frustrated value stock pro sees shades of 1999 in the market now — and bargains in the future

Buying growth stocks at any price typically comes at a price, writes Vitaliy Katsenelson.

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Why this frustrated value stock pro sees shades of 1999 in the market now — and bargains in the future

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Warren Buffett knows these are the best investors to follow with your own money

Savvy ‘quality shareholders’ back smartly run companies and enjoy superior returns.

Warren Buffett knows these are the best investors to follow with your own money

Why S&P 500 returns could be flat until 2030 unless you reinvest dividends

U.S. market’s expected 10-year return suffers when stock ownership is above-average — like now.

Why S&P 500 returns could be flat until 2030 unless you reinvest dividends

Here’s the shocking truth about Robinhood investors vs. Wall Street stock pros

Individual investors as a group are doing better than most U.S. equity mutual funds.

Here’s the shocking truth about Robinhood investors vs. Wall Street stock pros

What’s the biggest threat that retirees face?

It’s probably not what you think

What’s the biggest threat that retirees face?

You have ample savings. So why are you scared of running out of money?

Distress over not having enough is all-too-common — even among the wealthy.

You have ample savings. So why are you scared of running out of money?

Who will win the presidential election? Look at stock markets for clues

The stock market doesn’t decide who wins the election, but history shows that a weak performance in the run-up to the vote favors the challenger — and vice versa.

Who will win the presidential election? Look at stock markets for clues

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