E-cigarettes have become a hot commodity since hitting the market in 2007, but now they're catching heat for a different reason. Katie Burke joins Catey Hill and Quentin Fottrell to discuss the latest reports of exploding electronic cigarettes and what's fueling this fiery combustion.
Time Shares: Money Well Spent or a Waste of Time?
Charles Passy joins Catey Hill and Quentin Fottrell to break down the dos and don'ts of time share properties. Are they a total nightmare or a great way to take a vacation?
Disinheritance: Using Money as a Weapon?
Catey Hill and Quentin Fottrell discuss a recent letter to the Moneyologist from a father threatening to disinherit his daughter if she marries a man he doesn't approve of. But when parents use disinheritance as a weapon, can over-control ultimately lead to lack of control?
How to Give Your Daughter an Edge in Her Career
Catey Hill and Quentin Fottrell discuss the trials and triumphs of working moms, the secret to giving your daughter an edge in her career, and where America ranks in the world of working women.
Googling 'Move to Canada' Hits an All-Time High
In the wake of the 2016 election cycle, "Move to Canada" searches have reached their highest level ever on Google. Catey Hill and Quentin Fottrell discuss some of the reasons Americans might consider Canada an appealing place to live.
Millennials: Misunderstood or Entitled Moochers?
MarketWatch reporter Maria LaMagna joins Catey Hill and Quentin Fottrell to discuss whether millennials really deserve to be labeled as overly entitled, and why they get such a bad rap from other generations.
Pot-Smoking Parents Shift Cannabis Customer Base
According to a new survey, 45% of medical marijuana users are parents, highlighting new demographics for the cannabis customer base. MarketWatch's Katie Burke joins Catey Hill and Quentin Fottrell to discuss the changing national attitudes toward marijuana use.
Oscar Talk: Less Boring Speeches, More Money Spent
Catey Hill and Quentin Fottrell welcome MarketWatch's Trey Williams, who talks the new changes in store for the Academy Award this year, including less of those boring acceptance speeches. Plus, how Hollywood is trying to get you to spend more money on movies this time of year.
Blue Collar Jobs ...That Pay a Six Figure Salary
Catey Hill and Quentin Fottrell speak to a New York City dog walker who pulls in a six figure salary, and break down some of the other traditional blue collar occupations that can pay $100,000 a year.
The New Cyber Threat: Hackers Demand "Ransomware"
Nearly a quarter of companies say they would pay criminals a ransom to prevent a cyber attack. Catey Hill and Quentin Fottrell delve in to the world of "ransomware" with Priya Anand, who discusses what a new wave threats to the cyber world could mean for your security.
How Much Should You Spend on That Engagement Ring?
According to the latest research, Americans appear to prefer spending less on engagement rings, yet men are spending more on the ring than ever. MarketWatch's Catey Hill and Quentin Fottrell get to the bottom of this age-old formality and the social expectations that go a long with it.
Love Online: What Boomers Can Teach Millennials
Can baby boomers school millennials on how to click their way to true love? MarketWatch's Catey Hill and Quentin Fottrell get the lowdown from Paul Oyer, author of "Everything I Ever Needed to Know about Economics I Learned from Online Dating."
When Polls Lie: Don't Believe the Hype
MarketWatch's Catey Hill and Quentin Fottrell dive into the world of polling and take a look at why polls are not always what they seem. From consumer pollsters, to government data, and why Donald Trump might want to stop believing his own numbers.
The Horrors of Customer Service
The average American wastes 43 days of their life on hold with customer service. MarketWatch's Catey Hill and Quentin Fottrell trade horror stories and reveal which industries are the worst offenders.
Four in 10 Took No Vacation Days Last Year. Why?
Most Americans never use all of their vacation days but last year, 41% of workers took no vacation at all. Catey Hill and Quentin Fottrell take a look at the reasons behind this, and why there may be a stigma attached to taking time off.
Are Americans Becoming Less Charitable?
Catey Hill and Quentin Fotrell take a look at why the growth of charitable giving is at its lowest level in four decades. Plus, a look at which states are the most (and least) giving.
Should You Ever Use a Coupon on a First Date?
Catey Hill and Quentin Fottrell take a look at the biggest dating faux pas. Who should pick up the check? And is it ever okay to use a coupon on a first date?
How to Protect Our Loved Ones From Elder Abuse
Catey Hill and Quentin Fottrell take a look at the sticky situations involving hitting up relatives for money. Kathleen Quinn, executive director of the National Adult Protective Services Association, offers insight on what you can do if you think a family member is the victim of elder abuse.
Step-Monster: Can I Leave My Step-Kids Nothing?
If a man has no will, can his wife leave the stepchildren nothing if he dies? MarketWatch's Catey Hill and Quentin Fottrell tackle this question and more, as they examine the shady world of step-families, wills, and beneficiaries.
Is Powerball Everything That's Wrong With America?
MarketWatch's Catey Hill and Quentin Fottrell take a closer look at what jackpot lotteries say about American culture. Who's buying these tickets? And is it just another American fairy tale?
Re-Gifting: The Dos and Don'ts
Have a ton of gifts from the holiday season that you don't want? MarketWatch's Catey Hill and Quentin Fottrell break down how to re-gift appropriately.
Powerball: Just How Happy Would Winning Make You?
With the latest Powerball jackpot set to exceed 700 million dollars, MarketWatch's Catey Hill and Quentin Fottrell reveal where winners would fare the best and worst after tax hits. And just how happy would winning the lottery actually make you?
New Year's Diets: Obstacle Races, Dining Out Less
Need to work off all the holiday food? Catey Hill and Quentin Fottrell discuss the growing number of people who are leaving the gym behind for popular obstacle course races. Then, a look at how the number one thing that Americans blow their budget on is dining out.
The Favorite Personal Finance Story of the Year
Catey Hill and Quentin Fottrell discuss their favorite personal finance story of the year, and take a look at how same-sex marriage could help the economy and housing market in 2016.
The Surge of Selfies During the Holiday Season
The holiday season lends itself to a huge surge of postings on Facebook. Catey Hill and Quentin Fottrell take a look at whether Americans are too obsessed with capturing the perfect moment and posting it on social media.