So many free applications in the Apple iTunes store for iPhone and iPad that cover stock trading and investment news, makes picking the best hard. Yahoo’s article database for research is pretty good, the categories that are provided under the research tab include, News (general business news from around the world), My Yahoo Portfoilio (if you have loaded in a portfolio with stocks you own it will push specific interesting articles directly to you), Markets, Industries, Currencies, Commodities, and Treasury Bonds.
The Morning Star app provides iPhone users a slice of the member services available to people that can log in. The information provided through Morning Star is more analytical in nature and focused on the more sophisticated investor however looking through the app is still very beneficial to you the average investor looking to be improve their knowledge of stock market and how to invest wisely.
The news story is followed by an editorial team of experts” (and always the same ones no matter the subject) shouting each other down as they play their roles, often with one cast as the other view” usually held to ridicule to further emphasize the truth.” This gives viewers the sense there’s freedom of expression going on, while all the time the presuppositions (those accepted, unspoken truths”) are being reinforced.
Janine Jackson of Fairness and Accuracy in Reporting, a news media watchdog group told the American Free Press that 60% of journalists surveyed admitted that advertisers try to change stories.” The media do not want to run stories that will offend their advertisers and end up censoring themselves, not reporting on many issues, including corporate practices.
Peter King (2010) , a public policy professor at De Montfort University, wrote, This crisis of profitability is ‘solved’ by capitalists reducing their investment levels, with the result that growth falls and unemployment increases until workers are disciplined to accept lower wages; at this point profit expectations pick up and the whole cycle is repeated” (p. 70).