Discussion in 'Educational Resources' started by billpritjr, Dec 2, 2005.
What newspaper/magazine do you use for investing and market news?
Financial Times and The Economist
Newspaper? You mean that papery thing that comes out a day after the news is out and the market has already factored it into the index or stock of note? Never a good idea to trade on stale news...
Missed a choice - None.
The only printed pub I look at is the NYT employment section on Sunday to asses new hot job sectors and shifts in sentiment.
None. I get all the current financial news I need from CNBS... which is also "none".
Do newspapers really contain anything even resembling "news" anymore?
They should probably call them: History Papers.
As for magazines I like flipping through SFO and Active Trader.
everything is online....
trade the news (awesome)
cbs marketwatch online
bloomberg directv feed...
i read the funnies in the sunday paper and the home and garden sections....
Would agree with you o-coach about 80% or more;
probably 88.7 % or more.
However Investors Business Daily SPX/Nasdaqqq old newspaper charts with 200day/50 day moving average stay fresh for months. Its also unique, started with trading/investing profits.
Would agree with you '' dont trade on stale news'' however.
Like SFO mag , paper edition also ;
reread an OCT artlcle on Dan Zanger on $225.00 GOOG....
Don Bright had a fun recent article read on '' not predicting''
is a helpful free version of IBD.
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