There are right now over 1 billion websites in the world. In terms of blog posts, there are over 2 million published on the internet every day. Today more than ever, it’s easy to build a website from scratch. On the other hand is really hard to cut through the clutter and read only the best content. There is to much information just floating around.
On the same token, there are today over 3.74 billion internet users. That’s nearly half of the population. In 2016 they were 3.26 billion. So I think it’s useful for so many if we all share great websites, and great bloggers. That way we can all learn from the best.
What I’m proposing today is to highlight the best FIRE (Financial Independence and Retire Early) and Personal Finance blogs out there. Let me know what you think on the comment section.
“To give real service you must add something which cannot be bought or measured with money, and that is sincerity and integrity.” – Douglas Adams
The FIRE community is an amazing group of individuals that want to retire early and to achieve financial freedom. All kind of strategies are showed by fellow bloggers such as:
- How to change our mindset
- Build new sources of income
- Embrace frugality
- Be more efficient with your investments
- How to save more
So here are some of the BEST FIRE bloggers:
Mr. Money Mustache. Mr Money Mustache is a thirtysomething retiree who writes about frugality and early retirement since 2011. It’s one of the main references in the FIRE world. It has been featured in publications such as The Washington Post, Forbes, CNNMoney and so on.
Early Retirement Extreme. This website was founded in 2007 and comprises four parts: The blog, a forum, a wiki and a book. It publishes excellent content nearly every day, where you can learn a lot.
Millennial Revolution. This website was started by two computer engineers, FIRECracker & Wanderer, who retired at 31 to travel the world. Great insights, great content.
Physician on Fire. Here is where an anesthesiologist writes about personal finance, FIRE and medicine. An excellent blog, well worth your time.
Retire by 40. Joe left his engineering career behind to become a stay at home dad/blogger at 38. Read all about his interesting journey.
ThinkSaveRetire. Steve retired at the age of 35 from a career in information technology to a life of financial freedom. His posts give you a very interesting perspective about investing and money.
In terms of finance bloggers, the idea is to learn from the best on how to think about investments, saving, investment psychology, strategies to build new sources of income and how to understand some events in the stock markets.
For that I recommend that you follow these TOP Finance Bloggers:
Financial Samurai. Sam started Financial Samurai in 2009, and in this blog he writes about finance, investing and all things related to money. He really has a unique way of writing, and his posts frequently bring a new perspective to eternal problems. Pure gold.
Making Sense of Cents. Michelle income reports are legendary in the blog world. She is making over 1 million dollars per year. Great content, great strategy and an example to follow.
Abnormal Returns. Tadas Viskanta is the founder and editor of Abnormal Returns since 2005, and believe me when I tell you, this is one of the blogs that delivers more value per post. There is always something interesting and insightful to read. I mean…always.
Budgets are sexy. A great blog where you can learn a lot about personal finance. Also J. Money has a very funny way of writing about these topics. You will love the blog.
A Wealth of Common Sense. Ben Carlson is the creator of the blog. His posts are full of valuable content, and have more information than many finance courses out there. You should definitely follow this one to learn more about wealth management, investments, financial markets and investor psychology.The Best TOP of FIRE and Finance Bloggers to Follow Right NOW! Click To Tweet
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