Table of contents: VOL. 33, NO. 7 - July 1, 2004
101 Things Every Consumer Should Know! The lowdown on shopping, cars, real estate, taxes, insurance, borrowing, travel, tech and more
Buy Now Retire Later As baby boomers move through mid-life, they're migrating--right now--to the towns where they'll retire. Why wait?
Fair Play You love all your children. But does that mean you should leave the same amount to each of them?.
Japan is Still Cheap Value maven Peter Cundill can invest in any market in the world. He's chosen to put much of his fund's money in Japan
A Home of Her Own More and more single women are buying their own homes--and they'd rather get advice from Bob Vila than from Dr. Phil
Making Sense of Global Chaos Richard Medley on a shifting global power structure, the U.S. as a leader in decline and the next wave of global issues
The Higher Wisdom of Warren There's a world of things Warren Buffett can teach us about investing. But that may well be the least of his lessons
Google What Should I Pay for this Stock? The company behind the Net's best search tool is about to go public. The price tag will almost certainly be too high
It's Called a Correction There's nothing unusual about a pullback in a bull market--and it creates bargains if you know how to spot them
Can I Afford Advice? Many brokers prefer to spend their time with millionaires. We checked out what kind of help the rest of us can get
Comcast After the biggest cable company bid for Disney, Wall Street dumped the suitor's stock, creating an opportunity for bargain hunters
Small-Caps Aren't Over Not all of them, anyway. Here's what six top small-company stock pickers are betting on now