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Magazines : Money
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First Issue Lead Time: 6-10 weeks
Issues Per Year: 13
Magazine Type: Time magazine
Number Of Issues: 13
Publisher: The Time Inc. Magazine Company
Sales Rank: 70
Subscription Length: 365 days

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Average Rating:  out of 5 stars

Rating: 2 out of 5 stars - Monthly Financial Advice - Some Value To Beginners
This magazine is of little value unless you are a beginner to investing. Monthly advice is almost worthless in an information age that is very fast moving. This magazine is dangerous if it leads one to believe that he/she can make decisions based on monthly advice. The magazine can, of course, be used in combination with other information sources. However, it is probably not needed. It is much better to read the WSJ daily.

Rating: 3 out of 5 stars - Good for beginners for some things, dangerous for others
Money is a decent magazine. I subscribed to it for a year and learned some interesting things. It is good for beginning finance, but I also believe it can be a little dangerous. See my pros and cons.


1. Good at outlining sound, traditional, general financial advice from issue to issue. Nearly every issue covers basic information on 401(k)'s, IRAs, home ownership, education, etc. They do an especially good job at providing narrative to help explain some of the more ... Read More

Rating: 1 out of 5 stars - Worthless
If you had followed the stock recommendations in this magazine in the last few years, you'd have gone completely broke... several times over!

Every issue of "Money" covers more or less the same thing. It reads just like "Men's Health" magazine, with every issue rehashing the same things over and over again.

If you are a beginner interested in investment, get a book like "Investment for Dummies" instead, which is more comprehensive, more accurate, and easier to read and ... Read More

Rating: 3 out of 5 stars - Best For Beginners
I subscribe to several financial magazines, of which "Money" is one. I think that "Money" is an excellent publication for neophyte investors, as it does provide generally sound information and advice. It is very good at explaining terminology in plain English, which is to be applauded, but investors with more knowledge of investments and financial planning would probably be better off with another magazine, like "Kiplinger's", for instance.

"Money" ... Read More

Rating: 5 out of 5 stars - Great steppingstone to other financial resources
Money magazine is an excellent starter magazine. The information in Barrons, Smart Money and other magazines will go over the heads of those with little or no investment knowledge. Many people don't know financial terminology such as 403(b), ESOP, Wrap fee, 529 plan, and load fund. Money magazine is a gentle introduction to these concepts. You may find in a year or two that you have outgrown Money and by then you should be able to move onto other financial magazines. The negative reviewers here fault ... Read More

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