Bloomberg streaming becomes trash. Should I switch to Reuters news?

(Last Updated On: December 5, 2019)
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As a paying subscriber, I am still waiting for ticket responses after many days. I pay for useless ads on their app. I also deal with bad streaming problems. No customer support response so I am thinking of dumping Bloomberg. Who finds Reuters better?

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Here are some updates:

Free live streaming on Youtube with Yahoo Finance!

Reuters seems free but the articles are scant and not in depth.

CNBC to try for $29 means you have pay a years worth up front. Otherwise you pay $29 per month.

Morningstar looks good for investors but it only works on Ipad. You pay an affordable rate as well. This might be the best for daily content.

I totally forgot about Wall Street Journal as well.

Bloomberg content still best but you pay primo with no customer service. There is still no response from ticket 4 days ago !

Further responses from the pros via email:

Bryan. Maybe not what you meant but I subscribe to wsj.com (nominal cost). I find most useful that you can optin in to particular streams. So this one has a great snapshot on global macro and because they are wsj they host a lot of content in these emails from the big banks. My wife has a subscription to the FT through her office which has a great ipad app and covers market moving news during the day.

Yes, Bloomberg is just crap. 

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