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80% of reviewers recommend Investors Business Daily

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"News Paper cancelled."
Posted 1 year ago
"You have not made me happy since you stopped daily publication and I cancelled my subscription due to the disorganized web site and what appears to be the dismissal of all of your editors and their replacement with bots that appear to be writing and editing the articles you put out. It is sad to see what has become of your publication that I had subscribed to it for most of the last 20 years. Until the daily paper ended you rarely made such horrible mistakes as changing revenue from 30M to 30B or the other way around. Now it seems to be a daily occurrance and none of the numbers you publish on the IBD web page can be believed any more."
Posted 1 year ago
"Since you went to a weekly I never read it, I hate going on line and having to scroll through to find info. The only reason I'm still a member is for Market Smith."
Posted 1 year ago
"Investors Business Daily was always my favorite Paper, when it was delivered daily as a paper. The wealth of information and articles were second to none. When IBD went to a weekend only delivery I was upset. Although it is easy enough to use IBD in its' digital format, spending more time at the computer or tablet is not appealing to me. The daily editorials were also fantastic. I miss them dearly. Finally, delivery of the weekend edition became a non-event for me, especially recently where the paper was not delivered 4 out of 5 weeks. I asked the Representative not to automatically renew IBD. More than likely, I will not. It is a SAD day for me."
Posted 1 year ago
"Switching from a daily to weekly publication with no reduction in subscription price, while great for your bottom line, is like a slap in the face to subscribers. Moreover, the Web functionality is definitely NOT a suitable substitute. Makes IBD a ripoff."
Posted 2 years ago
"First off I am seriously tired of receiving pop ups asking me to turn off my pop-up blocker. I'm PAYING for a subscription, which should entitle me to browse though whatever information without having to endure annoying advertising. Second of all, you went from providing me with 6 newspapers a week to only 1 now, with no apparent added value for myself while still charging the same amount. Thirdly, you make cancelling any type of subscription excruciatingly painful in extreme contrast to getting a subscription, which is, of course, a one click deal. I must say, that looking back at the arguments I just provided to you, I honestly do not know why I remain a customer. Regards, Alberto Lemolt"
Posted 2 years ago
"I've really enjoyed investors business daily, however, I have been disappointed since the paper went to a weekly edition. I understand some of the content is updated on the website, but I feel the value has gone downhill and I don't get as much insight. My suggestion GO BACK TO THE DAILY VERSION. Another disappointment is the removal of the weekly radio show. I really enjoyed it and would really like to have that weekly feature back. The daily videos are ok but I much prefer Matt and Amy"
Posted 2 years ago
"IBD has gotten worse and worse over the last twenty years in usefulness and value for the cost. Secret information that costs extra is growing."
Posted 2 years ago
"Your columnists are politically biased to the left and your analysts who write columns are way too short term and fail to recognize the big picture/ TREND which is clearly a secular 18 yr bull mkt ca 1982-2000 having begun Feb 2016. Furthermore there is ZERO interaction via twitter with your subscribers. If not for Daily Graphs/MarketSmith your online daily IBD is a 2 of 5 at best. I was your 67th print subscriber in 1983. I'm not a novice. Lastly those disturbing intrusive ads & videos make me nauseous and are useless"
Posted 2 years ago
"Not what it used to be. Information in many cases on a daily basis comes to late. For example if a distribution day is going to drop off lets say today, we the subscribers should know this before the day's end. Like at the beginning of the day or the day before. There are may easy things you could let us know each day on the website to stay ahead of the investing curve. The end of the day in many cases is too late. It would add value without increasing cost of our subscription. It getting to look like IBD is more interestedis selling products than helping investor. This is not the Same IBD William O'Neil introduced me to 20 years ago. You could do better by returning to the characater of yesterday and listen to subscribers like me today how you could make great improvements with little effort. our free seminars are absent from the area of Pittsburgh, Cleveland and n Erie, Pa. Thanks for listening"
Posted 2 years ago
"Totally useless. I don't know anybody who makes money using this system, except IBD"
Posted 2 years ago
"I quit reading IBD when they went weekly and the trouble I had getting the paper. Then I realized the 10-15 years my investments suffered using IBD. I want my money back on share of subscription left when paper went weekly"
Posted 2 years ago
"What once was a great investment newspaper has deteriorated to a short term trader's guide with little national and international news that affects share prices. As a financial adviser I cannot be chained to a machine watching every hiccup in the market. After 30 years of subscribing to IBD I am not renewing my subscription."
Posted 2 years ago
"IBD was outstanding when daily. Your editorials where better than outstanding. I looked forward to reading them each day. Having comments and info on the market was also good. I have had to seek out other sources of daily information. Bring back the daily edition. If printing and mailing costs are prohibiting, then only offer the electronic version. I have no need of the print copy. I read it on an ipad. Since you are now offering only the weekly version, i will not be renewing my subscription."
Posted 2 years ago
"THE DISCONTINUANCE OF THE DAILY EDITION"
Posted 2 years ago
"Web site difficult to use. Prefer going back to print edition. Disappointed."
Posted 2 years ago
"Too many ads, difficultly moving through Web site. Too slow. Hard to access paper and once there difficult to stay on page."
Posted 2 years ago
"I've been a subscriber to IBD for at least 20 years. I find its information very valuable and helpful in my investing. I pay particular attention to the "State of the Market" and the IBD 50, but also to the list of low-priced stocks, as this contains some great ideas for new investments. I will likely continue my IBD subscription as long as I keep managing my portfolio, as it continues to provide valuable information to me."
Posted 1 month ago
"I have been a long time subscriber but become weary of being "nickle and dime-ed" and with the constant pop up boxes for added and premium services. Now, most recently upon temporarily "holding " my paper delivery for 1 week while on vacation,I apparently did not have access to the on line services unless i paid extra for "Digital Access". My subscription was for both paper and online and in this advanced technological age IBD is unable to hold the paper service without permitting access to ones paid on line service."
Posted 2 months ago
"Plenty of useful information with excellent graphs and charts. Very helpful courses and education materials."
Posted 6 months ago
Investors Business Daily is rated 4.29 based on 721 reviews