Do you still read Barron's over the weekend?

Discussion in 'Wall St. News' started by a529612, Jun 24, 2006.

  1. There's no much meat to it these days. I'm considering cancelling my subscription. How about you?

    BTW, why can't they save some trees and stop printing those stock quote pages? Who still gets stock quotes from the newspaper in the internet age?
  2. cknucks


    Yes. The paper is chock full of trading ideas on a weekly basis. I've gotten a ton of stock, options and futures trade ideas from reading it. Also, I consider it to be useful in wrapping up the week that was.

    The one problem I have, however, is valuing a publication's worth to my trading. Barron's gave me a few stock plays that I might not have happened upon, so I rationalize that the $119 I spent on WSJ/Barron's pays for itself. But that line of thinking could be used for any number of publications out there.
  3. No
  4. No
  5. no
  6. lwlee


  7. nitro



  8. John47


    Even if you don't care for it, you know so many others do and thats reason enough. Santoli alone makes it worth it.

  9. No, but it is useful. The stocks they feature are typically good fades.
  10. John47


    Get alot of winners regularly fading barrons?
    #10     Jun 24, 2006