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October 3, 2011

I looked through a bunch of magazines and I have come to the conclusion that I would read, and like to read, “Money”, “Forbes”, “Consumer Reports”, and “The Economist”. I have specific reasons for each magazine, and for the most part, I picked each of these for either their cover, or for the fact that I know they contain important information. I would like to read “Money” because it has tips and strategies to make the most out of my money. The magazine “Forbes” is important to read because it has important, and recent news about global business, personal finance, and financial markets. It will be necessary for me to read “Consumer Reports” because I like to get the most for my money, and I absolute hate getting ripped off, like anyone else in the world. This magazine has unbiased reports on, cars, electronics, food, and more. Finally, I would read “The Economist” simply so I can be up to date on everything that is going on in the world without having to read the newspaper.


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  1. nholic permalink

    Good choices, and there’s a lot of material here to analyze. After all, the cover of “Forbes” uses the words “your kid.” What does this say about the aspirations of the audience?


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