MarketWatch rounds up 10 of its most interesting topics over the past week.
Warren Buffett's tough time with Kraft Heinz
Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway
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owns nearly 27% of Kraft Heinz
The processed food giant's shares have plunged 33% this year, following a 43% decline during 2018. Here's a sampling of coverage of how Berkshire is paying a price for its investment in Kraft Heinz:
• Buffett says he 'overpaid for Kraft' business, was 'wrong in a couple of ways'
• Why the $ 15.4 billion Kraft Heinz brand write-down was unusual
• Investors should not be longer on Warren Buffett
• Barron's: Warren Buffett on Kraft Heinz stock. Here's how to handle your shares
• Warren Buffett's multibillion-dollar loss tip
Related: Buffett criticizes others for using non-standard accounting – but he does too
2. An unexpected retail winner
increased its comparable-store sales 5.1% during fiscal 2018 ended Dec. 29. That's an impressive number for any retailer. Here's how the company operates in its special niche.
More on retail:
• Why buying Walmart stock over Amazon is a better bet now
• Best Buy and five other brick-and-mortar retailers whose shares are worth buying in 2019
3. How women view retirement
Most of the financial media's retirement coverage is about financial planning, but there is much more than that. Alessandra Malito interviews two authors who are researching the various ways.
4. The new math of the cost of housing
Here's a selection of Jacob Passy's coverage of the U.S. housing market:
• As more millennials become homeowners, seniors are becoming renters
• There are more homes on the market, but that's not necessarily good news for buyers
• Americans could save $ 700 million by checking one thing before buying a home
5. Who is most vulnerable to financial fraud?
You may be surprised.
Related: Baby boomers are better off
6. An easier way to lose weight
Do this 15 minutes a day and you're on your way.
7. How to beat the stock market
Here are three tips for beating the stock market – from a fund manager who keeps doing it.
A fund manager makes a fascinating point about the big tech companies that have dominated the S & P 500
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while looking ahead and naming others for long-term investment.
More fund-manager interviews:
• The U.S. stock market has now split into the 'haves' and 'have nots'
• When investors make mistakes, and they always do, this manager pounces and profits
8. Tesla finally unveils the $ 35,000 Model 3
is finally selling its Model 3 for the long-promised price of $ 35,000, while moving all over its sales online. But even with the layoffs of its retail staff, CEO Elon Musk does not expect the electric-car maker to turn a profit this quarter.
More on Tesla and its competition:
• Wall Street keeps the faith on Tesla despite Musk, SEC tiff
• The most highly anticipated electric vehicles to be released (and none is a Tesla)
9. How can your war thinking
Mark Hulbert looks at two cataclysmic market events and how they continue to affect the way investors think.
10. Take the edge off, cheaply
This Scotch brand won a big award and costs less than $ 18 a bottle.
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