Everytime I've followed the advice of Barrons I lost money. For example back during the tech-wreck I rode Xerox down from about 24 and finally decided to sell at about 12. That weekend Barons ran a glowing cover story about how wonderful Xerox was. So I held on and lost another six points before I finally sold.
In thirty years of investing my own money I learned the hard way to never take advice from a broker or from any financial publication. Do your own research and trust no one. And trust what dividends tell you about a company.
None of them have a set of cajunas to do anything. Besides as close as they are with Wall Street you know all them Scoundrels in Washington are short stocks and own triple short ETF's. That means they all get a lot richer next week by simply doing nothing or kicking the can around.