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I would like to see some information about the reliability of Yahoo Finance. [18:52, October 1, 2008 Hulagutten]

There is strong evidence that the number of stock irrelevant racist posts challenges, if does not exceed, talk about stock on Yahoo Finance Forums.[edit]

Spot checks will reveal whether there is more openly racist posts having nothing to do with stock discussion than there are attempts at even actual stock discussion. For verification, one need only check the pages, for instance, of the yahoo forum set up allegedly for the discussion of facebook stock trading at http://finance.yahoo.com/q?s=Fb over any random number of title pages. Alternatively, simply do google searches for "yahoo finance" and "racism" or variants thereof where reporters of well known publications have investigated the hypothesis of to what extent yahoo finance is a stock discussion forum, on average, or a discussion that on average focuses on other topics protected by the First Amendment. — Preceding unsigned comment added by 24.24.167.222 (talk) 00:02, 6 August 2012 (UTC)