I do a fair amount of reading of SEC filings, boards, other sites, conference calls and books. I wanted to list the subscriptions I get and see which ones you might also read. There are several that I do not subscribe to (some I used to) and wondering your ideas on them as well. These are subscriptions I have considered,do not subscribe to, and wondering if anyone had reasons that these are must reads.Value Investor InsightThe Manual of IdeasGuru FocusCurrent Subscriptions - feel free to add or rip apartOutstanding Investor Digest - excellent read, just very untimely, and that’s’ the way it is.High Tech Strategist (although I have recommended he rename it to “Gold Strategist.” No offense, but I do not like wasting my time on a barbaric metal that can not be assigned a value)Income Builder ( www.larkresearch.com ) - I like his company analysis, when he selects a company I am interested in.Rail Time Indicators - excellent summaries of various economic indicators.Value Line Investment Survey – excellentValue Line Small Cap Survey – decent, I don’t like as much as above, but I like the discussion section in VL above.Morningstar – Excellent, like Value LineForbes, Fortune, Kiplinger Reports, Kiplinger Magazine, Money, Economist (won’t renew that one, just a tough read for me), WSJ, Barron’s, NY Times, Rolling Stone, Grant’s Interest Rate Observer – One of my favorites. Interesting read.Wall Street Transcript – new subscriber to Investor Insight only. Not sure a worthwhile read, and not sure if others recommend the more robust and expensive service of theirs. Thanks for any recommendations and comments.
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