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The View From Unretirement: Looking for the best place to live in retirement? What all the lists do — and don’t — say.


What’s the best place to retire in America?

Sarasota, Fla., say both U.S. News & World Report and Travel & Leisure. (U.S. News’ top four places are in Florida.) No, says, it’s Carmel, Ind. Wrong, claims AARP, it’s Cedar Falls, Iowa.

Actually, it’s not a city at all. It’s a state, note The Motley Fool, Moneywise and WalletHub, proclaiming…

Mark Hulbert: Stop panicking over the inverted yield curve — the odds of a recession are still low

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