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Jan 3, 2007 12:17 pm

i work at an RIA firm in Orange County. One of my goals this year is to start publication of a monthly magazine. My target audience is obviously high net-worth individuals in the affluent areas of my county (since there are so many). I am having trouble with a name, perhaps "Affluence" or "Prestige". I will have a circulation of approx. 10,000, then at least double it every year from then on. The content of the magazine will consist of articles about financial adive or other various wealth/financial topics, real estate, restaurant reviews and interviews with who's who in Orange County. Thanks so much for your help!!! I am open to all suggestions for titles, as i do not want to sound trite or cheesy.

Jan 3, 2007 12:22 pm
Miss Jenna:

i work at an RIA firm in Orange County. One of my

goals this year is to start publication of a monthly magazine. My target

audience is obviously high net-worth individuals in the affluent areas of

my county (since there are so many). I am having trouble with a name,

perhaps "Affluence" or "Prestige". I will have a circulation of approx.

10,000, then at least double it every year from then on. The content of

the magazine will consist of articles about financial adive or other

various wealth/financial topics, real estate, restaurant reviews and

interviews with who's who in Orange County. Thanks so much for your

help!!! I am open to all suggestions for titles, as i do not want to sound

trite or cheesy.





I would go for the direct approach and call it "Moolah" magazine. The OC

women's version would be called "Moolah for Blondes"

Jan 3, 2007 3:38 pm

WARNING: I'm not going to be serious about this AT ALL.


Orange County Green.


Greed Is Good


Grows on Trees


Articles might include... So You Thought Your Triple A Munis Were Safe?


Why Are So Many Of Us Right Winger Puritans Hypocritical Porn Dogs?


So You Got The Maid Pregnant! Who To Contact At INS To Get Her Deported, Cheap.


$100,000 To Clean The Pool? And Other Hints That Your Housewife Is Desperate!


God Is A Republican: Lessons From The British Empire.


G-Spot Plastic Surgery: You Stuck A Needle Where?


G- Spot Plastic Surgery: Does It Work? How Much Does It Cost? Gimme That Needle!


Want To Know Which Countries Won't Extradite You For Financial Crimes? We Just Happen To Know!


Where To Stay When You're Visiting The Cayman Islands.


Customizing Your Maybach.


...... Anyone else?....


Mr. A 



Jan 3, 2007 9:17 pm
mranonymous2u:

...... Anyone else?....

Mr. A



Cocaine aficionado.


Jan 3, 2007 9:21 pm

Good one!


Mr. A

Jan 9, 2007 2:08 am

Mr. A that is the single best post I have ever read on this forum.  By the way what about:  How to invest your wealth before you leave your wife for the 20 year old secretary.

Jan 11, 2007 1:48 am
Miss Jenna:

i work at an RIA firm in Orange County. One of my goals this year is to start publication of a monthly magazine. My target audience is obviously high net-worth individuals in the affluent areas of my county (since there are so many). I am having trouble with a name, perhaps "Affluence" or "Prestige". I will have a circulation of approx. 10,000, then at least double it every year from then on. The content of the magazine will consist of articles about financial adive or other various wealth/financial topics, real estate, restaurant reviews and interviews with who's who in Orange County. Thanks so much for your help!!! I am open to all suggestions for titles, as i do not want to sound trite or cheesy.


Having worked in the magazine business prior to entering the financial services business, I find you magazine idea....to be lacking.  I'm not trying to be mean, but that is an incredibly complex task and you make it sound like you are going to continue on as a Financial Advisor and run a start up mag on the side....kind of like a glorified monthly newsletter.  PM me if you want more information / advice.

Jan 12, 2007 8:25 am

I think "Playboy" sounds kind of catchy.