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Back your claim by data!

If you’re making a claim in a newspaper then it is necessary to back it up with substantial information and DATA! Because, if you do not have facts to back it up then it wouldn’t be possible to write a good report or establish your credibility as a news reporter. 156 more words


How to Smuggle Money into North Korea

This originally appeared on How We Get To Next
 An underground banking system moves loads of foreign currency into the world’s most authoritarian state—and business is booming… 1,574 more words

Financial Journalism

Hack and dash: the fight against cybercrime

This article originally appeared in Future Banking magazine

As hacking and cybercrime becomes increasingly sophisticated, it gets harder for banks to stay on top of developments and protect customers from fraud, a dynamic cyber security strategy is increasingly considered a prerequisite for good business. 1,589 more words

Financial Journalism

Quality Financial Journalism: A List

The book Rich Dad, Poor Dad by Robert Kiyosaki is probably the worst book of the personal-finance genre I have ever read, containing numerous bad advice and generally encouraging hubris instead of prudence in financial decision-making (in the name of entrepreneurism).  360 more words

Value Investing

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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