Advantages strong stories, in-depth coverage
Disadvantages expensive, sometimes tough to plough through heavy-worded articles
'No FT, No Comment', so the ads for this business bible go.Well, anyone with more than a passing interest in money matters knows this is more than true. The FT is as much a business institution as the Bank of England and £10 notes.
Printed on distinctive pinky-orange paper, the FT carries a heavyweight punch to the financial markets with in-depth writing covering everything you need to know.Every businessman - or business student - worth his salt knows that the FT is the place to go for strong reports on everything from coffee markets to futures markets.
You can follow that millionaire's dream by following your stocks and shares in minute and compehensive detail.Theres also quality journalsm to be seen here - my only criticism is that sometimes you neeed an English degree to get past the first paragraph.
Unfortunately, it's written for those in the know, so exect plenty of jargon that can take an age to decipher!But the paper is not just for business - it also provides strong reports and comment on world news and sports.
An all-round strong publication, but not for the faint hearted. Be prepared to set a fair amount of time aside if you want to read it all in detail and get to grips with everything it has to offer.
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