The Best Investing Blogs For You
It’s never been easier to invest in the stock market. But how do you decide what to buy and how much to invest?
Whether you rely on your financial advisor or prefer to invest on your own, there’s a wide range of finance blogs dedicated to helping you make smart investment decisions. We prepared this guide to help you find the best investing blogs for you.
Your Guide to Top Investing Blogs
There are thousands of investing blogs covering a diverse range of topics for you to choose from. Some blogs offer general investor education while others focus on a particular type or style of investing.
You’ll also find lots of investing blogs written by individual investors sharing their own ideas and many others written by financial advisors and investment professionals.
To help you spend less time searching for investing blogs, we prepared this guide to help you more easily find the best investing blogs for your individual needs.
A growing number of investing blogs have completed their profile page on Wealthtender to help you learn what makes them unique.
To get started, just click on a blog preview card below to open its complete profile page on Wealthtender. You’ll find a more detailed description of the investing blog provided by its owner, including when the site launched, popular topics they cover, reader reviews, their social media accounts and more.
If you’re interested in learning more, click the link to view their website and consider signing up for their subscriber newsletter. This is a great way to decide if their investing blog is right for you (and easy to unsubscribe if you feel otherwise).
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Owners of Investing Blogs on the Importance of Education
We asked owners of several top investing blogs to share in their own words the benefits of investing and becoming an educated investor. Here are a few of our favorites:
Banker on Wheels
“Most investors tend to fall into two categories: too much diversification or not enough (stock picking). Having a framework to construct a portfolio is key to financial success.”
Money By Ramey
“View stocks as actual ownership in the companies you are investing in. By doing this, you really start to see the ‘numbers’ become real. Then it becomes easier to make unemotional decisions for the long-term, especially during market downswings.”
– Matt Ramey
Earn More Live Freely
“To be successful in investing, you must have the right mindset, the right strategy, and proper risk management.”
– Gladice Gong
Simply Investing Blog
“No one cares more about your money than you do. So you owe it to yourself to learn how to invest responsibly, learn how to invest in quality companies when they are undervalued, and save thousands of dollars in fees in the process.”
– Kanwal Sarai
Engineer My Freedom
“Financial education is the first step to Financial Independence. By understanding the risks and how to manage them you can reach your goals much quicker!”
Stocks and Coffee
“A proper psychological mindset is arguably one of the most important skills a trader can develop.”
Discover Highly Rated and Top Investing Blogs
One factor worth considering when evaluating investing blogs is the reputation they’ve established with their readers. Just as sites like Yelp and TripAdvisor help people find the highest rated restaurants and hotels, Wealthtender can help you learn more about investing blogs based on feedback from their readers.
We encourage blog owners to invite their readers to leave a review on their Wealthtender profile page. When readers post reviews on Wealthtender, you’ll learn why they’re a fan and what they like most to help you decide if the blog is right for you.
If you don’t see ratings for a blog, remember they may have just recently launched, prefer not to ask readers for reviews, are written for a smaller audience, or only recently joined Wealthtender. Also, certain blogs owned by financial advisors may not be allowed to ask for reader reviews due to current regulations.
Just below, you’ll find a list of five-star investing blogs based on feedback from their readers.
To qualify for the Five-Star award, a blog must have at least four five-star ratings from its readers on Wealthtender and maintain an overall rating of 4.5 stars or higher.
Five-Star Investing Blogs:
We update this list regularly when additional blogs qualify for the award.
Top Investing Blogs include all blogs featured in this guide which were selected by Wealthtender for inclusion based upon the relevance and quality of content available to their readers.
Wealthtender is proud to recognize and celebrate the highly rated and top investing blogs featured in this guide.
Please note that Wealthtender may earn money or receive other benefits from blogs featured on our site and within this guide. Five-star awards are earned based on reader reviews, not compensation to Wealthtender. Learn more about how we operate with integrity to earn your trust by reading our full disclosure policy at wealthtender.com/integrity/.
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