MarketWatch Sucks Customer Reviews and Feedback
MarketWatch is a website that provides financial information, business news, analysis, and stock market data. Along with The Wall Street Journal and Barron's, it is a subsidiary of Dow Jones & Company, a property of News Corp.
On May 20th, 2020 Ken R. Wrote a review for sitejabber: These people are NOT journalists! Every article that pops up from them is totally one sided opinion pieces and generally abusive and insulting to the other viewpoint! It's basically just cyber bullying without oversight. Disgusting!
Former Employee - News Reporter says"I worked at MarketWatch full-time Cons: The people in the best position to run the site have not been placed into those roles Too much of the site has been given over to commentary Not much chance to do interesting features; too many bland market stories with information readily available elsewhere If management adds responsibilities to your plate, there is no understanding that others may have to be curtailed or eliminated"
Current Employee - Anonymous Employee says"I have been working at MarketWatch full-time for more than 3 years Cons: There is no emphasis placed on good management practices or manager training. Because of that, it's unclear how to get promoted or get any type of career growth. I've worked with managers who were uncommunicative and passive aggressive. Additionally, the managers have adopted an attitude of "everything's fine" without recognizing issues and working on how to fix them. They have failed to communicate any long-term vision for the site's growth. MarketWatch is a great place to start your career, but once you have the clips and work experience you want, the only way to advance your career is to take your clips and move somewhere else."
Markets Reporter says"I have been working at MarketWatch Cons: Traffic is often seen as the priority."
Former Intern - Intern says"I worked at MarketWatch for less than a year Cons: none i can think of"
Bianca says"Garbage site. Everytime I make the grave mistake of clicking their clickbait articles, I get hit with a \"gibs me money\" message telling me I\'ve reached an article limit that never refreshes. So, you will neither get my clicks anymore, nor my money because the tactics are the greediest I\'ve seen to this day. Enjoy both the loss in advert revenue, and the fact you will get zilch for your effort. I was already pissed about these jerks forcing readers to make an account, but I can easily get the same news for free. I would sooner use my money as kindling just to spite. When a new means of getting the news comes, we will dance on your grave, Marketwatch."
Greg Reid says"Can no longer read articles that you can read for free on CNBC and 1000 other sites without joining their site for a ridiculous $24 a month. Can no longer make comments on articles you can no longer read. Adios Marketwatch!"
SB B says"My posts are instantly removed for the last month for no reason. I never received email stating why, I've sent emails asking why, my only conclusion is because they are conservative POV's, which seems common based on other pro-POTUS posters i've seen stating the same thing. To my knowledge, I haven't broken any policy rules"
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