Forbes is a personal finance magazine that serves millions of business leaders and affluent consumers with its critical insight and information related to commerce, finance, politics and culture.More...
Forbes is a personal finance magazine that serves millions of business leaders and affluent consumers with its critical insight and information related to commerce, finance, politics and culture.
As one of the most respected icons in American media, Forbes educates its readers on a wide range of timely topics related to the economy, business, politics, innovation, leadership, money, investing and culture. From new tax law and best business practices to investment strategies and information technology advancements, Forbes is known for its rigorous, to-the-point business analysis that helps professionals who want to know not only the facts, but also what to make of them.
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I am dissatisfied in one sense only, but it’s a big one for me, which I wish you would pass along to Forbes: I was originally drawn to Forbes, several years ago, by the columns of Ken Fisher on stock investing. Then, secondly, by similar columns by other investors. I have enjoyed many other aspects, but they have always been secondary for me.
Now, Fisher’s column is gone, nothing has replaced it, and it’s rare to find even 1 column on stock investing and the few there are often seem to cover more arcane or exotic investments which hold limited appeal for a “small fry” investor like me.
Since the Forbes family sold the magazine, it's been a steady decline in the quality of the magazine. It used to be about business. Now it's more about the top celebrities, most valuable sports franchises, top financial advisors, richest young people, etc. That's not why I subscribed 30+ years ago. I also miss the regular columns by financial people like Ken Fisher, William Baldwin, John Rogers, et al. Those columns provided good ideas for investing. Now there are just a few thoughts by people like this. Get back to basics or you stand to lose a lot of loyal subscribers.
Have been subscribed for the last year and really like this magazine. I like to think I understand the basics of economics but thoroughly enjoy how this magazine is for all readers. There are many interesting articles in each issue over a wide variety of topics including pop culture econ. Think all 20-30s should read this magazine to set themselves up for financial success and retirement.
We have subscribed to Forbes for many years. We really don't like the changes made a couple of years ago, when many of the columnists were eliminated, and the focus became stories about successful business people. Not bad, just not what we were looking for.