The following is a list of my Favourite LOCAL financial planning bloggers that I enjoy reading
I thought I would share this list with you as you may also find their contributions equally insightful and enjoyable like I do.
Well, some of you may ask why do I do that as I may divert traffic to other bloggers’ sites. To me, if I can’t attract you to my blog site with useful insights and information, it is my own shortcoming. I will rather you benefiting from them and plot your journey towards financial freedom than not doing it.
I will update this list of 10 sites if I come across more interesting ones in the future. If you know a site that you feel that I should know and update this list, please feel free to drop me an email. Thank you.
Warriortan: This is definitely my first choice – I like the comprehensive set up of his website, the wealth of financial information available and the way he writes and communicates with his readers.
#2 : The Fifth Person
Warriortan: This is another solid blog site full of useful information and insights. It has a page that contains a table of useful data of SReits. I also like their summary of the AGMs that they attended as they gave a snapshot of the company. By the way, their training course – The Dividend Machine is pretty good – I had attended it too. Highly recommended!
Only remark is that the website is too polished and commercial … I like the more relaxed ones.
Warriortan: Not exactly a blog site but I like that it is an aggregator of local investment or financial bloggers. A very good and easy platform for me to connect with others and also access the latest blogs updates.
Warriortan: I like his style of writing – casual, personal and insightful.
Warriortan: A blog site dedicated to local Reits and their news.
#6: SG Young Investment
Warriortan: A simple blog
#7: Investment Moats
Warriortan: I like the fact that he puts in efforts to write his blog articles and does it regularly. A useful read.
Warriortan: Very pro in the outlook and the way the articles are written. A bit impersonal in my view. Nonetheless, a good read.
Warriortan: A useful read but I feel the website can be a bit confusing.
Warriortan: A Simple read