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Author: ngoebel Add to my Favorite Fools Ignore this person (you won't see their posts anymore) Number: of 8  
Subject: Best Financial Magazine Periodical Date: 1/6/2008 8:14 PM
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I am wondering what magazine periodical the Fools may recommend. I've considered Money, Kiplinger, SmartMoney, Barron's (I guess that is weekly), Business Weekly, Fortune. Does anyone have suggestions from the list or others not on the list?
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Author: JinnZhong Add to my Favorite Fools Ignore this person (you won't see their posts anymore) Number: 3 of 8
Subject: Re: Best Financial Magazine Periodical Date: 1/24/2008 8:56 PM
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In addition to best magazines... does anyone have an opinion on data resources like Valueline, Morningstar, etc.?

I find that free data can only go so far on the internet and well... going through annual reports on Edgar SEC can be tedious if you're only looking for one number like (EPS or Revenues).

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Subject: Re: Best Financial Magazine Periodical Date: 2/23/2008 10:24 PM
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I use an online WSJ subscription for $49 and find it has most of the data you need. You can add a Barrons online subscription for $20 more. I find both of them to be very helpful.

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Subject: Re: Best Financial Magazine Periodical Date: 5/24/2008 11:47 AM
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Yes actually,

I would give a strong recommendation for Money magazine, above Fortune, Business Week, and Forbes.

Fortune and Forbes are written for the real Wall Street player, not the little guy. Money is probably talking to most people though. Thats been my experience anyways.

You can get free issues of Money @ their website if you request them, same with Forbes. Beware though, they won't stop sending them if you don't call them to stop, you might end up oweing them $.

I just recently got a ton of business magazines from a health food store here that someone was giving away (Money,Fortune,Business Week,Forbes, etc...) so I got to sample them all and if I were to subscribe to one, it would be Money, hands down.

Its very insightful. Not too elementary but at the same time very readable. Kinda like the fool. Plus the articles by Jason Zweig are cool.

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