People everyday can get information from many sources. The trick is to weed out and get the good things. One can read the Bible, the Quran, the Buddhist Dhamma, etc. Facts and opinions and conclusions are often individually interpreted as one sees fit.
I think Money mag is ok. Being a conglomerate of stuff, it really is not overly unique, but at least it tends to list basic buy and hold investment policies, stock to bond percentage as a funtion of retirement age etc. Again, all can be interpreted as one sees fit.