Follow Friday! A few sites I recommend.
I’ve seen a few people posting on twitter #FollowFriday which is a way to share some content of other bloggers who I enjoy. I figured I’d join in on the fun. Below are 5 other blogs I regularly read & recommend you check out – along with a quick write up of why:
- RoadMap2Retire This was the first Canadian Finance Blog that I ever stumbled across – which not only led me to start this site – but also got my curiosity flowing to see what other sites I could find. R2R gives a more indepth analysis of his decisions than most bloggers I’ve come across, and does a good job at breaking down bigger economic trends as well. He’s got a great looking diversified portfolio, and has recently been adding some “Crypto” assets as well.
- All About The DividendsMatt is similar in age to me, has roughly the same amount of passive income, and unfortunately (for him) is a Toronto Maple Leafs fan. Matt is very active on twitter, and is growing his portfolio at a torrid pace. Matt also owns a bunch of the same companies I do – Check him out!
- Passive Canadian IncomeRob is another Canadian, who I believe is a similar age as well. Aside from having a great dividend portfolio he also has some other ways of making passive income (private investments, solar panels & more). Rob does a good job of keeping things fun, but also giving in depth reviews on stock purchases and financial decisions he makes.
- Dividends Diversify
I am not sure if others will agree – but Tom from Dividends Diversify reminds me of everyone’s favourite uncle in the online finance world. Tom is a teacher, and you can tell by the way he writes and informs. Tom has a very detailed breakdown on his website on his investing philosophy as well as what he looks for in each company before he pulls the trigger to make a buy. Although Tom is slightly older than the guys above he fits right in with all the millennial bloggers popping up each day.
- Financial Uproar & Canadian Dividend InvestingBoth of these sites are run by “Nelson”. Financial Uproar was probably the wittiest, most creative financial website I’ve ever read. It’s not often I laugh out loud while reading a finance blog but this site was able to do it multiple times. Unfortunately Nelson recently announced he will no longer be updating that site – and is instead focusing on his new website “Canadian Dividend Investing“. I’d be lying if I said I won’t miss FU, however the new site looks promising. It doesn’t seem to have the same “I don’t give a shit attitude” but looks to be a great resource for researching Canadian stocks. I recommend checking both out!
Anyways, check em out & let me know what you think!