Financial Blogs In Canada
First Published: June 7, 2009 ADawnJournal.com
It is time to present a list of Canadian Financial Blogs for my readers. There are many (probably too many) blogs out there these days—not all of them worth mentioning. In search of blogs that can be mentioned here, I have set some standard criteria to follow. Each blog needs to go through these filters, thus providing you with only quality writing and a pleasant reading experience.
Here are the filters for the ADJ litmus test:
· The blog must have its own domain name. Free hosted blogs are simply not professional and lose credibility. You can’t simply expect to be taken seriously if you are on a free hosted site.
· The blog must be three months old.
· The blog must not have too much time lags between posts.
· The blog must present original, vibrant, timely and timeless content.
· I am featuring only English language and family-friendly blogs.
· Blogs with low Google PageRank may not be approved but will be given special consideration to be listed.
This post is going to be updated from time to time to add dynamic, promising new blogs. If you come across a blog that you would like me to add, send me an email via my contact page or write a comment underneath this post.
I will be using sites’ own descriptions to describe these sites. For example, A Dawn Journal would appear as: A Dawn Journal – A blog on Personal Finance, Investing, Entrepreneurship, and More. Sites will be listed in alphabetical order – this puts A Dawn Journal on the top spot. Let’s begin our list.
Canadian Financial Blogs – The List
A Dawn Journal – A blog on Personal Finance, Investing, Entrepreneurship, and More.
Canadian Capitalist – A personal finance blog to help Canadians navigate their way through the alphabet soup of financial acronyms: RRSPs, RESPs, TFSAs, mutual funds and ETFs
Canadian Personal Finance Blog – Personal Finances and Consumer Concerns, essays, stories, examples and how to articles with a distinctly Canadian Point of View
Canada Personal Finance Website – A personal finance website written in simple and understandable terms from a Canadian perspective.
Four Pillars – Investing and personal finance
The Dividend Guy – One Guy’s Journey to Passive Income Through Dividend Investing
The Financial Blogger – Got Money?
Thicken My Wallet – Everything to do with thickening your wallet
Million Dollar Journey – The Making of a Millionaire – A Canadian Personal Finance Blog. Daily topics include The Smith Manoeuvre, RRSP, Canadian discount brokerages, Questrade, early retirement and book reviews
Worthwhile Canadian Initiative – A mainly Canadian economics blog
Where Does All My Money Go – Where Does All My Money Go
NB – I will be adding more sites slowly