Here is a list of the most influential blogs that I read. They are a great mix of investing insights and practical tips that you can apply easily.
Teaching yourself about finance and investing is like learning a new language. The only way to learn it is to immerse yourself in it. This list of blogs has been the most influential for me. I learn so much from them that I can apply on a daily basis. I hope you enjoy them as much as I do.
One of my favorite blogs. This is written by Andrew Sather. He is a self-taught investor that started just recently but he has a great way of explaining things so you can easily understand what he is trying to convey.
Andrew is from the value investing school and is a great admirer of Warren Buffet, Benjamin Graham among others. Andrew has written some really great articles and he has an awesome free ebook about how to buy your first stock and how to evaluate stocks. It is a very easy book to read and he has some great examples to show you how to do it.
The Value Trap is another book he has written in this he discusses some of the biggest bankruptcies and what lead to their demise. It gives a great look at what financial indicators were present that directly lead to the companies going bankrupt. The book has great charts and lays out the indicators to look for when you are valuing a company so you can avoid these value traps in your own investing. Definitely worth every penny
He was also one of the co-founders of one of my favorite podcasts, The Money Tree Podcast. Andrew was the value investor representative on the show and I really enjoyed his insights.
I really enjoy reading Andrew’s blogs every week and he is one the one that gave me the idea to start my own blog. I took inspiration from his story and I could relate to where he was coming from. I like his views on investing and I agree with with the way that he presents his material.
I hope you enjoy his work as much as I do.
Another favorite that is run by Jae Jun. Like Andrew, he is a self-taught investor as well. Jae also is from the value investing camp. His website has so many great tools, articles and a terrific screening tool that he created.
Jae comes at things from a much more technical aspect than some of the blogs that I read but I really enjoy his breakdown of how he uses these tools to value a company. He has a great way of explaining some of the more technical math problems and making them easier to understand. He has some great spreadsheets that you can utilize to follow the examples he writes about.