MarketWatch Launches New Section—MarketWatch Retirement
NEW YORK - —The Wall Street Journal Digital Network announced today the launch of MarketWatch Retirement, a new section on MarketWatch.com, the Network’s free portal for market news, investment ideas and personal finance. Featuring news, advice and analysis targeted towards people saving for retirement, those who should be, and those already retired, the section brings together the expertise of MarketWatch’s retirement reporters and columnists, as well as coverage from across The Wall Street Journal and SmartMoney.com. The new vertical is one of the most comprehensive resources for retirement news and information on the web.
“Each day for the next two decades, people will be stepping into a retirement altogether different from that of their parents’ generations,” said Jonathan Krim, Acting Editor of MarketWatch, which generates nearly 15 million unique visitors per month. “The depth of this new section makes it an indispensible resource for people to make smart, thoughtful steps to maximize their resources for the future.”
Highlights of the new section include:
-New columns from award-winning journalists, including Robert Powell’s (@RJPIII) ‘Retirement Portfolio’ and Andrea Coombes’ (@andreacoombes) ‘Working Retirement;’
-An expanded Encore blog, highlighting the most up to date news and information for retirement savers and retirees;
-Columns from RetireMentors, financial professionals with unique perspectives on best ways to navigate retirement;
-Actionable how-to guides on investing, health-care, managing 401(k)s and credit, and more;
-The best of The Wall Street Journal’s ‘Next Retirement’ special reports.
To visit MarketWatch Retirement, please visit: marketwatch.com/retirement
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