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Output volume and velocity trending up at top investment sites

From Mick:

High volume biz publishers: @businessinsider is averaging 1015 posts/week and @seekingalpha 1033 (Google Reader stats for last 30 days)

That’s amazing — not only in sheer volume but in breadth.  Admittedly, a lot of what’s going up is crap and some of it has nothing to do with business/investing (I’m thinking BusinessInsider’s gratuitous slideshows).  It’s a deluge of content.

There is definitely something in the long tail of financial content for everyone.  There is absolutely no excuse anymore for investors not to better themselves or pick better investment/financial advisors to represent them.

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