Here are 3 of my favorite investment and personal finance websites, ones that I have dedicated a lot of time and gain a ton of knowledge from over the days. If you’ve got one you’d like added to this list, feel free to shoot me a message, I’d be glad to add it!
As per request, I’ve had some visitors ask me to post an article on how to buy stocks. Well, you’re in luck! Dan Kent over at our investment side of Stocktrades has a wonderful article on how to buy stocks in Canada.
The Penny Hoarder
If you’re looking to save money, reduce debt or start a side gig, The Penny Hoarder is one of the best websites on the internet today. Ran by Kyle Taylor, the website brings a unique blend of writing and informational articles front and center with over 12 million monthly readers.
My favorite post? Well, recently it is definitely Carson Kohlers talk about how to pay down credit card debt without having to slash funding.
Stephen Weyman is an excellent personal finance advocate over at HowToSaveMoney.ca. The blog talks about anything from credit cards to how to pay your bills in the most efficient manner. If you’re looking for useful money saving tools, rate comparisons or even some sweet coupons through his affiliate programs this is the site to check out!
My favorite post of his? Well, it’s not necessarily a post, more so a page, and it was about just what I was talking about above. Check out all the tools and deals he offers Canadians and money savers around the globe.
Free From Broke
Glen is the writer and owner at FreeFromBroke.com, and he talks about a wide variety of personal finance topics such as investing, saving, debt, taxes and even how to improve your credit score. I happened to come across Glens site when I was actually trying to figure out how to get access to my credit score for free instead of paying those pesky credit websites. And since then, I’ve been a committed reader!
My favorite post? Well, It’s got to be the one about getting your credit score for free!
It’s not much of a first post, I know that. But, you’ve got to start somewhere and I really hope you guys can check out these websites and see how I have benefited from using them.
Until next time,