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Navigate global markets with Barron’s, the world’s premier investing publication. Get the trusted insights and in-depth analysis that have been guiding investors since 1921. With comprehensive financial analysis, daily commentary, and investment strategies from Wall Street’s best minds, the Barron’s app gives you access to critical news moving global markets, wherever you are. Now available direct to you on the iPhone and iPad—never miss an opportunity to catch the next rally, or avoid the next correction.

Download the app today and get instant access to Barron’s exclusive articles, providing you with critical insights and forward-looking analysis on stocks, bonds, commodities, funds and more. Plus, receive top investment ideas, recommendations and in-depth coverage of developments shaping global economies and affecting business around the world.

Simple to use, intuitive and beautifully designed in keeping with the print magazine’s format, the new Barron’s app allows you to easily access the information you need, when it matters most. The recently redesigned Barron’s app has countless new features, including a new download and save feature—giving you access to investment articles, daily financial news and insightful analysis whether you’re at home connected to Wi-Fi, or commuting to and from work.

Additional key features include:
* Insightful reporting on business, financial markets, the economy and global indexes—including U.S., Asian, European and emerging markets.
* Access to real-time stock quotes within articles—plus, interactive charts and key metrics to help you identify the next investment opportunity for portfolio.
* Full articles from Barron’s iconic, Saturday print edition—published each weekend when the newest issue hits newsstands.
* Full access to Barron’s U.S. and Asia Editions
* New user-friendly design—clean, sleek and optimized for iOS devices.
* Plus, access to Barron’s previous print editions.
* Widgets to view Top Stories picked by The Barron's Editors

Barron’s offers comprehensive investment articles, economic data releases and unrivalled financial analysis that helps you put breaking news into perspective—allowing you to understand what’s being reported and the impact it has on your funds, the financial markets, business and the global economy. In addition, the new Barron’s app also gives you the tools and data you need to navigate global indexes, pick stocks and outsmart the market. With access to real-time stock quotes within articles, interactive charts and key metrics, as well as exclusive insight from Wall Street’s best minds and unrivalled financial news coverage, you’ll always have the information you need, when it matters most.

The subscription-based, full version of the Barron’s app gives you complete access to Barron’s, the world’s premier investing and finance publication—get daily updates from Wall Street’s best, plus peerless financial reporting and business insights. With a new design, optimized for iPhone and iPad, the new Barron’s app allows you to navigate global markets with confidence. Download the Barron’s app today and see why we’ve been a trusted source for financial reporting since 1921.

New subscribers pay only $19.99 a month for unlimited access to Barron’s on iPhone, iPad and Barron’s Online. Subscriptions include a 4-week free trial.

Your subscription will renew automatically each month and payment will be charged to your iTunes Account within 24 hours prior to the end of the current period. You can turn off auto-renewal by going to your Account Settings after purchase.

By downloading the app you agree to the Dow Jones Terms of Use, Privacy Policy, and Cookie Policy.

Subscriber Agreement and Terms of Use:
http://online.barrons.com/public/page/subscriber-agreement.html

Privacy Policy:
https://www.dowjones.com/privacy-notice/

Cookie Policy:
https://www.dowjones.com/cookie-notice/

What’s New

Version 5.2.2

Introducing the new Barron's Top Stories widget. Add it to your home screen to see stories picked by our editors. Widgets are available in three sizes: Small, Medium, and Large.

Ratings and Reviews

4.7 out of 5
12.4K Ratings

12.4K Ratings

Barrons Fan ,

Minor bug

I read Barron’s and WSJ on the iPad. Recently, if I am mid article and let the iPad go to sleep or I lock it and then I reopen the iPad and Barron’s/WSJ app, the the same article comes up but it is reset to show the beginning of the article. So you have to scroll back to where you left off. The apps used to save your spot in the article whenever you locked and then unlocked your iPad. Basically a pain in the neck since I read these papers and their articles off and on throughout the days.

Mrstsan ,

Why can’t I print?!

It seems that they absolutely do not allow any printing from the app. They apparently also made it impossible to copy an article to paste into a different app and print from there. While I understand that they’re trying to protect their intellectual property, it’s hugely annoying and inconvenient. I mean, is it a huge problem for them, enough to justify annoying their customers? Or did some tech in IT say, hey people possibly maybe can sometimes cause lost business by printing and distributing articles so let’s block everybody including our honest customers. I’m sorry, but I still like paper for those few articles I want to annotate and file for future reference. The saving of articles in the app just does not provide the same convenience. Plus, I’m older and my eyes get tired faster reading on screens that with paper. It’s stupid, makes me want to cancel my subscription.

SVftblplyr81 ,

Garbage App, Decent Content

The app itself warrants no stars, and is an absolute embarrassment. There has been years of glitches with tables not showing, app shutting down, and individual articles not loading. After two hours of reading it also makes your phone too hot to touch and will take battery life from 100% to 30%.

Content is solid enough to warrant spending 3-4 hours over the weekend reading through the magazine. However, if grammar and punctuation matter to you, your eyes will bleed. The political bias is apparent, but toned down for the most part. Companies/stocks discussed heavily lean value and are good if you are looking to slightly underperform the market but have less volatility. Growth stocks are deemed as a foolhardy endeavor, which is annoying. Every now and then, though, a guest writer will provide a growth gem making it worthwhile.

Information

Seller
Dow Jones & Company, Inc., publisher of The Wall Street Journal.
Size
87.7 MB
Category
News
Compatibility

Requires iOS 11.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.

Languages

English

Age Rating
4+
Copyright
Price
Free
In-App Purchases
  1. Barron's $19.99
  2. Barron's Free Trial Offer $19.99

Supports

  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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