I am the antithesis of an early adopter on the technology front, but I have come along pretty well over the years. I have an Apple (AAPL) iPhone, and I use it for everything from email to watching the Orioles. And even though I prefer real books, I often use the Amazon (AMZN) Kindle because it is cheaper and much more convenient.
When it comes to reading newspapers, however, I refuse to compromise. I have tried to read The Wall Street Journal and Barron's online, but they always seem to be missing something. It's likely just my online navigational skills, but I always miss the valuable information in the sidebars, columns and data tables when reading the Web versions. For instance, I noticed that in early June the Barron's put/call ratio gave a strong buy signal that I missed reading in the online version of the paper....497 more words left in this article. To read them, just click below and try Real Money FREE for 14 days.
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