Josh Brown is a professional investor based in New York who covers several different investing topics on his blog called “The Reformed Broker”. Brown is frequently featured on financial news networks each week so he’s always up-to-speed on the latest market news and trends.
Twitter Account: @reformedbroker
Favorite Post: Should You Hedge Your Portfolio Against Zika?
Ben Carlson is a CFA who blogs about wealth management, financial investments and investor psychology on his blog “A Wealth of Common Sense”. Carlson posts frequently with a sharp focus on bringing more common sense tactics to the world of investing.
Twitter Account: @awealthofcs
Favorite Post: Being Process-Oriented Means…
What makes “Nerd’s Eye View” interesting is that Michael Kitces covers investing topics relating to insurance, retirement, debt, etc. for both consumers and advisers. Reading about these topics from both angles provides a perspective that you just don’t get on typical investing blogs.
Micahel Piper is a CPA out of Colorado who is anything but oblivious when it comes to investing. Piper covers investing topics like retirement planning, social security, tax implications and basic investing strategies in a way that is easy to understand.
Favorite Post: Why Invest In Index Funds?
Todd R. Tresidder is a retired hedge fund manager who started his blog to educate readers about the wealth building principles he has learned over the years. Todd is an astute entrepreneur and also has his own podcast where he further discusses the financial investments industry.
Favorite Post: The Ten Commandments of Wealth Building
Jeff Rose is a veteran soldier turned certified financial planner who blogs about personal finance, financial management and how to rid yourself from the stranglehold of debt. Rose writes in a way that keeps things fun while still delivering the goods.
Favorite Post: 10 Ways to Become Financially Sexier
Rob Erich quit his full time job to share strategies for making money and growing your net worth entirely online using just your laptop or desktop computer. Erich will teach you how to live a financially independent, location free lifestyle on his blog “Money Nomad”.
Favorite Post: How To Quit Your Job And Become A Digital Nomad In 90 Days
Jeremy Biberdorf is the founder of Modest Money, your source for breaking investment news, stock market developments, currency reports and the latest commodity events. After working many years in the website marketing industry, Biberdorf started his blog in 2012 to help readers turn their finances in the right direction.
Robert Farrington is the founder of the College Investor, where he focuses on giving advice to millennials who need help with anything related to personal finance — especially how to manage student loan debt. Farrington’s writing style and targeted approach towards reaching the younger generation makes his blog a must read.
Favorite Post: Top Student Loan Scams
Mr Money Mustache retired early in his thirties and started his blog in 2011 to help readers learn how to live a “badass life of leisure, frugally.” Mr. Money Mustache blogs several times each month on his mission to spread his ideas on how to live a life with better financial management.
Favorite Post: Wealth Advice That Should Be Obvious