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Barron's covers what happens when money and markets come together - who wins, who perhaps loses, and for what reasons. What's more, Barron's explores what well may happen in the markets next, thereby arming investors for the shocks and turmoil of market battles to come and allowing them to survive - indeed, to thrive - as a result.
A magazine for serious investors, Bloomberg Personal Finance tracks 100 top stocks, spotlights new investment opportunities, offers tips for planning your retirement, and more. Each monthly issue delivers essential, top-tier advice and information.
Business Week, America's leading business news magazine, makes the world of business as interesting as it is important identifying and analyzing events, trends, and personalities that make a difference. The magazine clarifies complicated issues and communicates a sense of excitement, telling its readers what they need to know, often before they are aware of the need.
The Financial Times is a leading newspaper of international business news, analysis, and information. Every issue offers detailed, authoritative, and essential commentary.
Forbes is the preeminent business and economics magazine in the country. Covering a broad range of subjects, each bi-weekly issue contains articles that will prove useful to CEOs and individual investors alike. Articles include profiles of companies and private investors, as well as helpful statistics. Forbes looks at not only national and world economic news, but also social and cultural issues that affect the business and financial worlds, as well as the average person.
For the serious businessperson who wants to keep up on his or her knowledge of economics and management issues, Harvard Business Review is filled with articles by and about leading business executives, consultants, specialists, and scholars. The Review, published bi-monthly, is intended to help business leaders solve problems and plan for the future through in-depth analysis and by providing a forum for the exchange of ideas that lead to constructive actions.
Written in clear, concise language without legal jargon, the four-page Kiplinger's Tax Letter, published bimonthly, provides practical information you can use. You'll find the latest on Treasury rulings and regulations, IRS rulings, court decisions, new tax laws, and lots of analysis to bring it all home to you.
In the 1800s, wily British fugitives discovered that rubbing a herring across their trail would divert the bloodhounds hot in their pursuit. Later, in debate and detective mysteries, the "red herring" described any clever device used to distract people from the main issue.
In the 1920s, equally clever American investment bankers began calling preliminary investment prospectuses "red herrings" as a warning to investors that the documents were not complete or final. These documents were distinguised by covers printed largely in red. Today, one Wall Street curmudgeon describes a red herring as "the one shining example of truth in advertising in the securities industry."
In the spirit of truth in financial reporting, the founders of a new magazine felt Red Herring an appropriate name for a monthly dedicated to providing a first look at emerging technology companies in a style that is at once accurate and provocative.
Red Herring is written for technology investors, executives, and entrepreneurs who need reliable information and informed analysis. The overview of the business of technology and techno-finance is global. Red Herring is first to unearth the news and present it clearly with informed comment.
Mutual Funds Magazine is a full-color magazine devoted exclusively to the booming mutual fund industry and America's 40 million mutual fund investors. The magazine explains how investors can use mutual funds to achieve their financial goals. Each issue offers investor warnings, how-to tips, the best and safest places to put your money, top-performing funds, innovative new mutual funds, and mutual fund performance rankings. Plus, you'll find information about the impact that the economy has on fund investments.
National Review is William F. Buckley, Jr.'s premier journal of conservative political opinion. Each biweekly issue brims with comprehensive news, sharp commentary, and valuable insight into the American political landscape.
Numismatic News is the complete information source for coin collectors. Each issue includes news, events listings, and feature articles pertaining to the exciting world of coin collecting. Plus, read about the people and events that influence this niche market.
The Wall Street Journal is the leading business publication in the country, with the most relevant information available on the business of making a living. It provides valuable information on the latest news and trends in business; on advancing your career and increasing your income; on using new technologies; on managing change and on working smarter and investing more profitably. What this all adds up to is the Journal delivers news you can use.
World Coin News is recognized as the leading authority on world coins. Reports on new issues, market trends, and other coin news from around the world can be found in each issue. Features are written by top experts in the field who provide in-depth historical information on coins and the countries that issue them. Readers will also find a calendar of upcoming shows worldwide.
Worth is designed to provide personal investors with all the financial intelligence they need to manage, increase, and enjoy their wealth. Each issue includes expert advice on stocks, mutual funds, the economy, taxes, real estate and retirement, plus Peter Lynch's regular column.
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