Hey everyone! I’d just like to make a quick post here detailing some of the best articles I’ve seen this week in the personal finance world. There are a lot of great blogs out there, and I’d like to share some of their pieces that can help you, our readers, make the best of your finances.
I plan to post these link roundups often, so if you’d like to be featured in one of them, feel free to head to our contact page and submit a piece! I try to read as much as I can on my spare time, but it’s impossible for me to keep up with all the amazing content that is getting produced in the personal finance niche.
This one will be short and quick from me, I’d much rather let you dive right in to these amazing pieces!
Dan Kent over at our finance end of Stocktrades talks about how to get started investing in Canada.
Michelle at Making Sense Of Cents speaks about 9 ways to perfectly balance your school and work.
Tyler at The Penny Hoarder talks about how much Americans spend a month on their cars. Although I prefer to write to Canadians, this one definitely hits home in both countries.
A weird but not uncommon situation, Kat at Wisebread talks about what to do when your mortgage has been sold to a new lender.
If you’re not into DIY investing, Niall from ModestMoney speaks about picking the right financial advisor.
Kiplinger talks about where the price of American homes are headed, a situation that could have a direct impact on Canadian home prices.
J. Money, one of my favorite personal finance bloggers talks about putting yourself into situations where you can’t spend money.
Grant from GetRichSlowly talks about the value of time and financial freedom
MyUniversityMoney talks about what Canadians are saying about the largest banks here in Canada.
That’s about all I have for this week! This should give you enough to digest over the weekend from a wide variety of topics. We’ve got a punch more personal finance pieces in store for you here at Stocktrades.ca, and we can’t wait to bring them to you!
Have a great weekend