Alternatives to WSJ
- The article “Investors Yank Money From Commercial-Property Funds, Pressuring Real-Estate Values” is available at WSJ (https://www.wsj.com/articles/investors-yank-money-from-commercial-property-funds-pressuring-real-estate-values-11670293325). It is also available at livemint (https://www.livemint.com/market/stock-market-news/investors-yank-money-from-commercial-property-funds-pressuring-real-estate-values-11670329761658.html).
- https://www.wsj.com/livecoverage/stock-market-news-today-08-02-2022 also works. But I like the amp version.
- useful | if the news is spanning over multiple pages
- has not been updated since 2019-02-12 (last checked on 2022-08-03)
- https://www.wsj.com/livecoverage/global-markets-live-coverage also works. But I like the amp version.
- https://www.eatingwell.com/ - avoid. See for example
- https://www.eatingwell.com/article/7985928/is-sun-cooked-tomato-sauce-safe/ - very wordy, lot of links, low information density.
websites to avoid
- I came across https://www.pehalnews.in/why-one-asset-manager-avoided-ftx-before-the-storm-bitwise-qa/2625365/ which is supposed to be same as https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2022-11-19/why-one-asset-manager-avoided-ftx-before-the-storm-bitwise-q-a . But the former is a bit “garbled up” and not easy to follow. Avoid this website.
- https://www.afr.com/ - Australian Financial Review or abbreviated to AFR
- The AFR is an Australian business-focused, compact daily newspaper covering the current business and economic affairs of Australia and the world.
- Sample links:
- https://www.retaildive.com/ seems ok. See for example https://www.retaildive.com/news/bed-bath-beyond-ceo-out-sales-fall-q1/626302/
- https://www.modernretail.co/ seems good. See for example https://www.modernretail.co/retailers/bed-bath-beyond-ceo-exits-as-sales-decline-25/
- https://foreignpolicy.com/ seems good. See for example https://foreignpolicy.com/2022/05/12/sri-lanka-protests-crisis-rajapaksa-prime-minister/
- https://dfr.vermont.gov/consumer-alert/voyager-digital-files-chapter-11-bankruptcy - high information density; to the point.
- More articles in https://dfr.vermont.gov/post-type/consumer-alert
news_websites.txt · Last modified: 2022/12/21 18:43 by raju