How is the Wall Street Journal online edition?

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  1. Kevin Farley

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    I've been thinking about subscribing, since I live in the boonies and can't buy or read the daily edition. Actually, I've only read the Journal a few times, but all indicators seem to point to read it daily.

    What do you guys think?
     
  2. Kevin Farley

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  3. Eric_E

    Eric_E Supporting Actor

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    Hi Kevin.

    I actually did an internship last year through the Dow Jones Newspaper Fund, and one of my fellow interns went to New York to work at wsj.com (I went to Tucson to work on the Arizona Daily Star). In any case, I got a chance to thoroughly browse the WSJ Web site and I thought it was really impressive. I think a subscription would be well worth the money if you are involved in business or investing in any way. Even if you aren't a businessman it's still a great paper.

    Eric

    P.S. I work for the Associated Press in the stock market division so I hope that makes me somewhat qualified to answer your question. [​IMG]
     
  4. Don Black

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    I've paid for a subscription since 1998 and think it's worth the money. It's just about the only online publication that I do pay for.
     
  5. Dennis Reno

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    Does WSJ.com include all the articles from the print edition?
     

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