MarketWatch.com – All MarketWatch News – Personal FinanceThe Margin: The guy whose Apple Card rant went viral explains why it fails on even ‘basic functionality’ November 16, 2019One viral Reddit poster explains how the Apple Card fails compared to other cardsWhere Should I Retire?: I’m 59, have $2,500 a month to spend and prefer an artsy community near the ocean that’s not too hot — where should I retire? November 16, 2019He’s ready to leave Alaska for somewhere warmer on the West Coast.Upgrade: The No. 1 thing people with fat savings accounts scrimp on that you likely don’t November 16, 2019New research shows that more than four in 10 people who are saving a ton for retirement are slashing this essential expense.This 50-year-old dog walker retired after making more than $1 million — working just three days a week November 16, 2019Kristin Morrison started a business doing what she loves.5 things to cut out of your diet right now to reduce high blood pressure and lower the risk of heart failure November 16, 2019A study of 4,500 people over 13 years and published in the American Journal of Preventive Medicine comes to some surprising conclusions.Travel: This couple dreamed about frugally traveling around in a van — until reality smacked them in the face November 16, 2019Maybe #vanlife isn’t all it’s cracked up to be, one woman foundBefore you sign up for Disney+, use this calculator to add up the ‘true’ cost of your streaming services November 16, 2019Netflix for $12.99, Disney+ for $70 a year, Hulu with no ads for $11.99, and add on HBO for $14.99… wait, how much is this all costing? Welcome to the next phase of the streaming wars.Upgrade: This is the No. 1 cruise line for your money November 16, 2019The best cruises for families, couples, the affluent and more, according to U.S. News. Plus, secrets for saving on cruises.Tax Guy: Your estate plan may need updating to reflect new tax rules November 16, 2019If you wait, it may be too late.Black student loan borrowers are more likely to struggle repaying their debts — here’s why November 16, 2019Federal Reserve Bank of New York data looks at the gap between white and black borrowers.