Quentin Fottrell, Moneyish

Quentin Fottrell


New York, NY, United States

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Past articles by Quentin:

Silicon Valley Bank collapse: What should you do if your bank closes down?

There were 561 bank failures from 2001 through 2022, according to data from the FDIC. → Read More

What recession? Most Americans are confident about keeping their jobs — for now

‘It is uplifting to see a spirit of resilience amongst the American population,’ said Mike Fanning, head of MassMutual U.S. But is it realistic? → Read More

Tindered out? How to avoid creeps, time wasters and liars this Valentine’s Day

Many dating sites added a video function so people could 'meet' during the pandemic, but it can also help weed out bad actors. → Read More

Here are MarketWatch’s most popular Moneyist advice columns of 2022

Battles over inheritance, bad dates, family feuds and housing all featured among our advice columnist’s most-read letters of the past 12 months. → Read More

Largest monthly rental decline 'decisively closes the door' on two years of pandemic-era rent increases

Rents are falling in many major markets, but are still rising in more affordable areas of America’s heartland, according to Zillow → Read More

Where are the hottest real-estate markets next year — and what’s in store for the housing market in 2023?

‘Many of these areas flew under the radar in the pandemic frenzy,’ Realtor.com chief economist Danielle Hale said. → Read More

Gloomy prediction for home buyers: Prices will continue to rise in 2023, despite a cooling housing market

Realtor.com’s housing forecast anticipates that affordability will remain an issue in 2023, particularly among first-time buyers. → Read More

U.S. housing market becoming more buyer-friendly as home prices cool, negotiations improve

Prices are likely to keep falling next year, economists say. → Read More

Black Friday suffers the ill wind of high prices and economic worries — online sales seen rising by just 1%

Researchers say the biggest online shopping day of the year has yet to come → Read More

Thanksgiving and Black Friday waste have a costly environmental impact

Up to 80% of items — and any plastic packaging they are wrapped in — will end up either in landfill, incineration or low-quality recycling. → Read More

5 things NOT to buy on Black Friday

'There are plenty of storm clouds on the horizon,' one expert says. → Read More

This Thanksgiving weekend, Americans are traveling as if they never heard the words 'pandemic' or 'recession.' So what's going on?

People are taking to the roads and the skies this weekend in numbers not seen since 2019. → Read More

At Thanksgiving dinner, avoid politics — and discuss these 5 timely financial questions instead

Bringing up inheritance might be one way to guarantee a bust-up over the potatoes and gravy. → Read More

Millions of working Americans are living paycheck-to-paycheck — and running out of cash as another recession looms

'Americans’ monthly expenses have outpaced their personal income growth,” one expert said. → Read More

Personal savings have plunged — how to boost your savings in case of a recession

Financial advisers offer their top tips for boosting savings as economic uncertainty increases. → Read More

What Liz Truss can teach every worker in America about quitting. Yes, really.

Do you like your job? If not, this advice may help you on the way out. → Read More

Biden vows to end hunger in the U.S. by 2030: ‘I know we can do this’

President Biden hosted the first White House conference on nutrition and hunger in 50 years on Wednesday → Read More

The pandemic didn’t stop college-educated women from surpassing men in the U.S. workforce

There are more women aged 25 and older with a bachelor’s degree or higher in the workforce than there were before the COVID-19 pandemic. → Read More

'How much should I tip my housekeeper?' My husband says we should tip the bare minimum via an app. I say give her 30%. Who's right?

‘I feel like we should tip people 30% for the trouble of coming into our home.’ → Read More

‘I ask for nothing’: How do I protect my mother’s assets from my stepfather and his children?

‘If my mother’s husband passes away, will his stepchildren inherit from my mother’s estate?’ → Read More