Whether you work on Wall Street or don’t know the first thing about investing, educating yourself on the business sector — specifically, the groundbreaking news surrounding inflation and retail — is worthwhile.
Especially before the 2022 midterm elections, understanding (and possibly reaffirming) your core beliefs is paramount — and that’s where Fox Business comes into play.
You can stream Fox Business News Channel anytime, anywhere with Sling TV. This mobile-first streaming platform is one of our favorites, namely (1) one of the most affordable on the market and (2) one of the most accessible from any of your smart devices.
Uniquely, Sling TV doesn’t pay you for local channels (in short, it’s the perfect cable box replacement). Local news — Fox Business — sports, NFL football, reality TV and more are all available on Sling TV.
Sling TV Blue is the most popular plan that the streaming platform offers and, for your first month, you’ll be charged just $20 (that’s 50% off!) Plus, 50 hours of DVR storage is included, so you’ll be able to. Record the news if there is a particular segment you want to catch.
How to watch Fox Business? Subscribers can purchase the News Extra package for just $6 more, which includes Fox Business, BBC World News, CNBC, Newsmax and more. This is the best value we’ve seen.
What’s more, with Sling TV Blue, you can stream your favorite networks on up to three devices, including your smartphone. The platform is meant to be cost-effective and versatile on your schedule.
For $40 a month, you can be as prepared as possible for Election Day.
Why Sling TV? There’s a lot happening in the business world right now — from retail trend announcements to gas and gold prices as it relates to the stock market — you’ll want to stay up-to-date. It’s fascinating, it’s ground-breaking and it’s definitely worth streaming, in addition to reading some articles on your mobile phone.
Oh, and if you’re interested in conservative news, Fox Business has you covered. On Sling TV, you’ll be able to tune in to regularly updated live broadcasts that cover personal finance, the economy, US markets (including cryptocurrency and futures) and even real estate. At $20 per month for your first month, you’ll be glad you took the time to catch up on all things business news.
Sign up for Sling TV here. It’s truly one of the best values we’ve seen and perfect for streaming ASAP before the 2022 midterm elections.
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