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Jan 5

Two Magazines to Keep You Close Market

Posted by abiao at 14:00 | Review | Comments(0) | Reads(17937)
Needless to emphasis more, one of the best ways not to keep yourself away from market is to read those frontier newspaper, magazines and journals, they help us highlight, summarize and discuss the hot topics currently happening in the market. I still vividly remember nearly two years ago my interview at a hedge fund, one interview question was: which newspaper do you read often and what is the hottest issue do you think closely related to our hedge fund industry? luckily I have a habit of reading newspaper and didn't fail that interview.

In terms of recommendation, two most important journals/magazines I personally feel are The Wall Street Journal and Bloomberg Businessweek.
The Wall Street Journal is the most respected source for news and business information. Founded in 1889 and with a current circulation of nearly 2.1 million, The Wall Street Journal is easily the world's leading business publication!
Bloomberg Businessweek is a trusted source of essential, comprehensive insight that business leaders depend on to get ahead. Combining the innovation and scale of Bloomberg with the insight and depth of Bloomberg Businessweek, the new Bloomberg Businessweek offers a global perspective to help business professionals and senior executives profit from smarter, faster, and more informed decisions.

As a subscriber and affiliate, I recently received special offers from those two magazines, with the following links, you can get The Wall Street Journal for 75% off!, which means you need to pay just $2.29 per week, plus you will receive 2 WEEKS FREE. By $2.29 you can have the Journal delivered to your home or office 5 days a week. PLUS included in your price you'll receive the Weekend Edition, delivered on Saturdays to an address of your choice. And /Or you can choose to get 16 Issues of Bloomberg Businessweek for $15 saving 84%! (That's $0.93 an issue)!.

One issue is even cheaper than a cup of coffee, you do the math if it is worth.


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