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Investor’s Business Daily – Wikipedia

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Investor’s Business Daily (IBD) is a U.S.-based newspaper and website[1] that covers business, finance, and investment news. Established in 1984 by William O’Neil, the company was initially known as the Investor’s Daily, before its name was changed in 1991. IBD is renowned for its growth-focused approach to investing, utilizing the CAN SLIM investment strategy. This strategy is reflected in its weekly IBD 50 Index, which lists 50 growth stocks based on earnings and performance. The company also offers a range of financial literacy tools. In 2016, IBD transitioned mainly to digital operations, reflecting the trend towards online news consumption. Recently, the company was acquired by News Corp in May 2021. Despite a few controversies, IBD continues to be a significant player in the financial news sector.

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