Psychology of Money

Here’s How to Give the Perfect Gift This Holiday

When holiday shopping, we defer to gift cards and items on wish lists because we think they’ll be appreciated—or at least not disappointing. But these gifts are rarely memorable. And they’re unlikely to get the gushing, “Oh …

Mad Monster Retro Rush Coming to Cereal Aisle This Halloween Season

What, you’ve never heard of Frute Brute and Fruity Yummy Mummy? To a certain population that grew up in the 1970s and ’80s, the return of these cult-favorite monster-themed cereals—in vintage form, no less—is bringing on a high on par with eating two bowls of sugar cereal while Saturday morning cartoons blare on the TV.

Study: Pinching Pennies Is Good for Your Dating Life

In the movies, the ideal partner is often the impulsive, uncontrollable romantic who makes grand gestures to show his love, no matter the cost. Research shows that in real life, however, sex appeal comes in the form of having the …

What It Means to Be ‘Wealthy’ in America Today

Correction appended: July 24, 2013, 11:03 p.m. E.T.

The rich don’t really think they’re rich. In a new survey, the vast majority of investors with $1 million in assets don’t consider themselves wealthy. Which brings up the question: What do the terms rich and wealthy really mean?

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