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Do any of you read TheStreet.com?

March 26th, 2008 at 09:03 am

I am new to that site, but they just called and asked if I wanted to be a regular contributor. (I'm a financial journalist by trade.)

Just want to get your thoughts on their personal finance section.

8 Responses to “Do any of you read TheStreet.com?”

  1. merch Says:

    I have read their articles and have been less then impressed. I usually get my financial news from Bloomberg, WSJ online, and FT.

    I haven't look at their personal finance section

  2. luxlivingfrugalis Says:

    I do check in there from time to time. Jeffrey Strain, one of the co-owners of our very own SavingAdvice.com is a contributor there as well.

  3. Joan.of.the.Arch Says:

    I've read it before, but do not read it at all regularly.

  4. adreamwarrior Says:

    hello,
    while i haven't read any of your articles on that web site, what i have read here is most impressive. i like the style and would look forward to reading other things from you.
    good luck with your dream business and hope you continue to contribute here. if for no other reason then to maybe put a different perspective out there.

  5. thriftorama Says:

    Gee, Dream warrior. You are too nice.

  6. Broken Arrow Says:

    Yes, I've read it before, and still glance it from time to time.

    I think this would be a wonderful venture if you have the time and energy for it (don't know what else is going on in your life).

  7. Maismom Says:

    I read it sometimes, but I don't find it too interesting.....

  8. thriftorama Says:

    I'm guessing-- and most of your comments back this up-- that they are trying to beef up their personal finance section and are recruiting new writers to help them with that.l

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