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Today Financial Journalism Suffered An Epic Failure

from Zero Hedge: 

Earlier today we reported about a very sad development for the freedom of speech, or at least the illusion thereof, when one of, if not the best, critical Federal Reserve reporter in the mainstream media, WSJ’s Pedro da Costa founds he was no longer “invited” to the Fed’s quarterly press conference. 1,587 more words

The International Reporter

VII. Stop The Seasonality Rule. That article about seasonality (Sell in May, the Santa Claus Rally, etc) is data mining. We do not tolerate data mining in finance and we hope you will refrain from using seasonal events to write the same article year after year.

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Marjorie Deane Financial Journalism Summer School (MAFJ) was launched in 2014 and is an exciting educational initiative aimed at aspiring financial journalists, helping them to enhance their knowledge and open up new career horizons.  66 more words


The Harm in Financial Journalism

In most areas of our lives, the more information you get, and the more up-to-the-minute it is, the better we can conduct business and make astute decisions. 839 more words

Financial Planning

Football fans cowed into submission with latest Sky Sports price hike

By Nathan Salt

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When will this price hike end? First fans are priced out of buying tickets to attend games at stadiums and now the armchair fans are beginning to feel the bite with the latest news emanating from the broadcasting giant that is Sky. 728 more words


You Caused the Financial Panic, You Should Clean it Up.

The Wall Street scene seems to mimic the corrupted setting of the two TV adaptations of comic series, Gotham and Arrow.  Gotham is a place where justice is handed flagrantly to the corrupt – the rich indulge in gangsterism, the underground economy runs blatantly unchecked, and murder is commonplace.   883 more words