Which newspaper or periodical is the best source of investor information (daily or weekly)?
I just wanted opinions from Yahoo! Answerers...when it comes to investing and stock market knowledge and a good choice of a periodical.
I am looking for pros and cons of each periodical as well as opinions as to which someone in my demographic might enjoy:
25 y/o, investing for 2 - 3 years, liberal, etc.
I do understand that the referenced publications tend to be "right wing" when it comes to their politicking, which is fine. I do not mind this -- I am mainly looking for a great periodical for its (or their) information/articles. I understand how the economy is influenced by other factors...
With this being said -- what do you recommend? Why or why not?
I currently also subscribe to: Forbes, Fortune, Inc., Smart Money, Wired, eWeek, and The New Yorker and enjoy all of these.
I am mainly looking for a daily periodical. ;-) Barron's is weekly (but, still, I guess it is worth mentioning in the title because so many people recommend it online -- on Amazon.com at least).
1) I just did not see the main differences between Barron's, WSJ and IBD by reading through Amazon.com's reviews and descriptions.
That's the main reason I came here and asked/posed the question.
2) A lot of you are recommending New York Times. Do you really think it is a substitute to Wall Street Journal, Investors Business Daily or Barron's for investment information?