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Old 12-10-2012, 05:11 PM   #12
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You are singing to the choir my friend. I have done that and other things like that many times.

I have subscribed to WSJ before, but decided that I didn't have time to follow it and get my money's worth. I generally check out RCP and sometimes get a lead into the Journal.

Sometimes though something is really interesting, even astounding sounding from the little bit you get to look at and you try and try to get the whole thing. Then finally 2 weeks later you find out that the heading/blurb really was misleading and it wasn't that astounding at all. At that point, you realize that most of it is garbage and so money or time spent trying to see everything is just wasted.

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