Important Investment Resources: Financial Magazines

As you may realise, I read a lot about finance and investment. Much of this comes from magazines which help to keep me up to date with the ever changing investment world. Below you will find details of a few of my favourite publications. Some of these I read occassionally, some I read regularily and one I read constantly.

Either way, if you want to increase your chances of profits in the stock market, it is vital that you remain up to date and some of the best ways to do that are right here. So, I urge you to click on a link or two, have a look about and see if any of these publications 'float your boat'. If they do, go ahead and get subscribed. I have spent quite a bit of time looking to find some of the best prices available online, so you can be confident you are getting a pretty good deal. Reading one or more of these often will certainly help you in the long run.

As ever, best wishes and good luck!

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Business Week features an in depth perspective on the financial markets, industries, trends, technology, and people guiding the economy. Draw upon Business Week's timely, incisive analysis to help you make better decisions about your career, your business, and your personal investments.

Free access to with your paid subscription. Check out the Daily Briefing for important breaking business news stories, and Quotes and Portfolio for a quick look at stock quotes, trends, and the portfolio tracker to help you manage your investments. There's also the Technology section which includes, offering an insider's perspective on the world of ecommerce, plus Frontier, a resource center for small business owners. There's even a Careers center packed with information to keep you on top of the diversified skill sets needed to thrive in today's job market.



The Wall Street Journal Magazine of Personal Business.

SmartMoney is the most comprehensive resource for private investors, providing both decision making tools on every major personal finance topic and news on the latest investment opportunities.

SmartMoney was launched in 1992 by The Hearst Corporation and Dow Jones & Company to service the need for personal finance information among the group of professional and managerial Americans, who, while affluent and sophisticated, are overworked and overwhelmed. SmartMoney promises to answer the tough questions of those seeking clarity in the confused times that have arisen as a result of the nation's emerging new personal economy. In doing so, we've established a new standard in personal finance publishing and virtually redefined upscale service journalism.

With the refreshing clarity and provocative wit that characterizes The Wall Street Journal, SmartMoney presents practical yet highly imaginative ideas for investing, spending and saving, plus regular coverage of automotive, technology and lifestyle subjects including such areas as upscale travel, footwear, fine wine, music, food, and more. In all cases, we stress consumer service with action oriented information. We have enjoyed success in our short life because of an award winning editorial team that includes three Pulitzer Prize winners.

The magazine is packed each week with original stories on personal finance and investing produced by a full time staff of 65 reporters, editors and photographers. Led by Marc Frons, former senior editor of BusinessWeek, SmartMoney has assembled an award winning staff of senior level journalists with backgrounds from such leading financial publications as The Wall Street Journal, BusinessWeek, Forbes and Newsweek.

With timely and award winning information and financial tools, SmartMoney provides an indispensable service for people who want the greatest return on their investments.

Every issue of SmartMoney is packed with moneymaking and saving expertise from the shrewdest minds at The Wall Street Journal. Each issue will have information important to your financial future.



Worth Magazine is about business, maximizing wealth through smart investments, and enjoying the money you've worked so hard to accrue. In other words, for its over 1 million readers, Worth is about The Business of You.

This magazine has revolutionized the field of business and finance and has received a record breaking 4 national Magazine Award nominations in one year, the most ever for a business and finance magazine.

With such a compelling subject and prestige, it's no wonder readers relate so strongly to Worth. Worth helps you connect with the top of the market. Worth's articles are presented with intelligent wit and humor, while at the same time providing thoughtful commentaries on the state of wealth, money and business in America.

Worth magazine contains features, essays and special reports, including the annual America's Richest Towns special issue.

It takes much more than important topics to be a great magazine, which is why Worth's editors and writers are from the top of their respective fields. The magazine boasts best selling authors, mutual fund managers and insiders from all industries. Worth provides its readers exclusive access to today's preeminent global economic summits and markets. There are sections with timely and insightful information on new technology, Internet investing and managing your personal finances.

Overall, Worth magazine is a must read for all those who deal with money and want to maximize profits and enjoyment from their wealth.