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Looking for investment forums and blogs

February 20th, 2007 at 06:48 pm

I really enjoy the SavingAdvice board and will keep posting here, but I'm also interested in finding another forum that has more people focused on the details and experience of investing rather than debt-reduction. EnoughWealth was kind enough to suggest www.kiplinger.com -- it's got the right focus but it isn't as active or as personal as I was hoping for. Maybe I just need everyone here at SavingAdvice to reach the point where they're hanging out on the Investing & Banking forum!

So far I've found the following blogs where the author is focused on investing, yet is also blogging from a personal perspective:
EnoughWealth: http://enoughwealth.savingadvice.com/
My 1st Million at 33: http://www.1stmillionat33.com/

With over 150 blogs on SavingAdvice alone, I don't have time to check them all out, so if you see one you think I might like, let me know!

7 Responses to “Looking for investment forums and blogs”

  1. LAW Says:

    2million.com is a great one. I agree with you it is hard to find any that get more into investments.

  2. Broken Arrow Says:

    I can't personally vouch for any of them, but morningstar and Motley Fool has a forum.

  3. scfr Says:

    Jeffrey recently posted that he would be writing for thestreet.com
    I checked out the site and it is definitely more investment focused.
    I haven't checked it out in detail, but it may be only articles with no blogs or forums.

  4. Broken Arrow Says:

    Oh yeah, and there's always ViolentAcres.com. Big Grin

  5. monkeymama Says:

    Hey I PMed you but wanted to say no lawyer referral for So Cal. Sorry, I tried... I am so totally honored I am in your links too - didn't notice. Wink

    Taking noted of these sites too. I am a beginner so yahoo finance is my speed for now - LOL. But I know I will graduate eventually...

  6. jIM_Ohio Says:

  7. luxlivingfrugalis Says:

    I understand your feelings and it was one of the reasons I cut back on blogging there for a while. I do a bit of investing, but am pretty private with most of it. It would be nice if more of us spoke about this aspect of our lives in our blogs here at SavingAdvice.com.

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