I buy "Small Business Opportunities" to read about and possibly find interesting ideas on homebased businesses. It's a glossy, attractive publication, with several articles about homebased entreprenuers and how they became successful, as well as articles on practical ways to choose, grow and promote your own home business. Of course, I pretty much disregard the stories that claim I can make "millions" by getting involved in a particular enterprise, because the results experienced by the individuals they are writing about are generally unique. Most prominent in "Small Business Opportunities" is the endless stream of advertisements from people who want to lure you to invest your money into their businesses. Some of these ads are to things that might have legitimate promise, while others are pure over-inflated fluff that ought to be avoided like a plague. I have gotten some helpful ideas and pointers in the issues I've gotten, but the $3.50 per copy is steeper than I'd prefer to pay.