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Availability: Usually ships in 4 to 6 weeks
First Issue Lead Time: 4-6 weeks
Issues Per Year: 52
Magazine Type: Consumer magazine
Number Of Issues: 56
Publisher: Dow Jones & Company
Sales Rank: 3030
Subscription Length: 393 days

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Average Rating:  out of 5 stars

Rating: 4 out of 5 stars - Has lost cache, but there's still no substitute
Veteran Barron's readers (I'm going on 12 years) will tell you that the magazine/paper has deteriorated into the equivalent of an eccentric, pessimistic, stubborn old man who fancies himself wiser than the rest of the world. It is easily the most skeptical mainstream business/investing publication out there, which makes for reading that is entertaining at times and frustrating at other times. That tone is pervasive throughout, from the Alan Abelson's opening editorial to the technology-oriented ... Read More

Rating: 5 out of 5 stars - Detailed investment news and review
For the advanced investor.
A great weekly; usually in the mailbox Saturday morning with Friday's closing numbers. Voluminous info, including data on many microcaps and thinly-traded issues, as well as futures, options, commodities and foreign stocks.
Excellent commentary with weekly columns on bonds, politics, European trading, Asian trading, commodities, options and other stuff.
Warning-- bearish outlook-- was bearish throughout the entire late 90's, but still a great source of ... Read More

Rating: 3 out of 5 stars - Barron's Doesn't Match Up
From the publisher of the Wall Street Journal, Barron's attempts to provide a weekly look at personal finance. As such, it must be compared against other publications such as Money, Forbes and the like. It does beat each of these publications hands-down.

However, with so many other information sources out there such as the Internet and the WSJ, I just don't see Barron's as a must read. If you're keeping up with daily events, you aren't going to be very surprised with what is in Barron's, ... Read More

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