Daily news routine?

What's your daily news routine from the time you wake up till bed? Also what newspapers, apps, websites do you find the best?

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Jun 30,2017

i don't read most news because it's controlled by the government
most of it is fake news. just look at how putin was able to control the media involving the election, which there's international consensus about among all the international powers.

i get all my info from abovetopsecret. would recommend for other truth-seekers.

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Jun 30,2017

This has been asked and answered hundreds of times already. There are some really good threads on this on WSO. My routine consists of:

Seeking Alpha's Wall Street Breakfast
DealBook
Dealbreaker
Dan Primack's blog on Axios
Fortune's Term Sheet
ESPN
Several political blogs and r/Politics on Reddit

 
Jun 30,2017
  1. Check overnight prices
  2. Zero Hedge and other headline twitter accounts
  3. Read FT on commute
  4. Call London/Milan office to get up to speed
 
Jun 30,2017

ZeroHedge is only for fun. They're short since 2002.. Too catastrophists

Nicest haircut than Bateman

 
Jun 30,2017

I don't read their stories for new purposes, but they have quick and solid headlines for breaking news on twitter (things like fed minutes, opec, anything significant in fx or rates)

 
Jun 30,2017

Ok understand your point. Right, agreeing

Nicest haircut than Bateman

 
Jun 30,2017

lets be real fb news feed is at the top of the list

then bloomberg tv to deliver your daily dose of chop shop traders and their insights on the market

What concert costs 45 cents? 50 Cent feat. Nickelback.

 
Best Response
Jun 30,2017

I get all of my news from PornHub.com. Way more entertaining than the FAKE NEWS media!

 
Jun 30,2017

Reuters, BBC, Bloomberg, Financial Times, Economist, Foreign Policy

 
Jun 30,2017

Thank you for this thread?

 
Jun 30,2017

Market Snacks

And then pretend I know what I'm looking at on WSJ

 
Jun 30,2017

Cheer up, Bateman. What's the matter? No shiatsu this morning?