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Mutual Funds Weekly: Find your balance as stock market uncertainty kicks up money worries

Don’t miss these top money and investing features:

The money and investing features popular with MarketWatch readers this past week include a look why you might consider financial therapy, which aims to help us become more mindful about savings, spending, and other money matters. Plus, check out stories about how the U.S. stock market is holding up against this latest wave of economc, political, and housing-market uncertainty. Also, watch reports on picking retail stocks and how to keep your FIRE (financial independence – retire early) plan from flaming out.

— Jonathan Burton

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Why the best person to give you money advice may NOT be an accountant or financial adviser

Financial therapy cuts straight to the emotional core of our bad money habits.

Why the best person to give you money advice may NOT be an accountant or financial adviser

Will the market crash if Trump is impeached, as he has predicted?

How retirees should react to the impeachment inquiry.

Will the market crash if Trump is impeached, as he has predicted?

Here’s one more reason why October is looking muddy for U.S. stocks

Market timers’ bullishness is a contrarian sign, writes Mark Hulbert.

Here’s one more reason why October is looking muddy for U.S. stocks

This widening crack in the mortgage market could sink U.S. home prices

Re-defaults on already modified mortgages are a threat to homeowners.

This widening crack in the mortgage market could sink U.S. home prices

Do well by doing good with this fund that supports freedom and human rights

Creators of a new exchange-traded fund thought carefully about how to pursue better outcomes both for portfolios and for the world: invest in countries that are more free.

Do well by doing good with this fund that supports freedom and human rights

Stocks with unequal voting rights may lose out on fund flows, Goldman says

Firms that go public are increasingly choosing to issue multiple classes of shares with unequal voting, even though that restricts them from being included in some major stock tracking indexes. That will deny them access to the massive amounts of capital flowing from passively managed funds, Goldman Sachs points out.

Stocks with unequal voting rights may lose out on fund flows, Goldman says

This could be the next gold mine for Tesla and other electric vehicles

Charging stations will outnumber gas stations, writes Vitaliy Katsenelson.

This could be the next gold mine for Tesla and other electric vehicles

Wall Street’s herd behavior means more pressure on Facebook’s stock price

The recent wave of analysts downgrading the stock likely will last a while longer.

Wall Street’s herd behavior means more pressure on Facebook’s stock price

Here are 3 tips for picking retail stocks

There’s a lot of chatter about a “retail apocalypse,” but people will never stop shopping. Here’s what you need to know to pick retail stocks that will weather the storm.

Here are 3 tips for picking retail stocks

Early retirement gone wrong: What to do when life gets in the way

Those who live by FIRE (Financial Independence – Retire Early) live frugally in order to retire as early as possible. But sometimes life has other plans. Here are all of the scenarios you should consider when creating your early retirement plan.

Early retirement gone wrong: What to do when life gets in the way