Below are some high-quality blogs I follow in my spare time.
Physician On Fire. Great blog, primarily aimed at physicians but applies well beyond the intended audience. Leif is a great guy and I love his site’s charitable mission.
Monevator. If you only read one UK personal finance blog, this may well be it.
A Wealth Of Common Sense. Great and frequent market commentary by Ben Carlson
The Irrelevant Investor. Another great market blog written by Michael Batnick.
Financial Samurai. The OG of personal finance blogs – and I’m glad to say that Sam is a frequent commenter here at Banker On FIRE.
Of Dollars And Data. Highly enjoyable, data-driven posts by Nick Maggiulli.
The Collaborative Fund Blog. I read it for the amazing content by Morgan Housel
Not Boring. This excellent blog by Packy McCormick helps me stay on top of that fast-changing world of ours.
Indeedably. If only I could write the way this man does. Highly recommended.
Banker On Wheels. A blog by a fellow banker, albeit one in equity research as opposed to M&A.
Cutting Through Chaos. Highly recommended. A couple with four children, breaking down the traditional boundaries of lifestyle design. Reading this blog is my equivalent of daydreaming.
Sovereign Quest. An excellent curation of personal finance content.
The Escape Artist. Musings on personal finance, and life, delivered in a direct and entertaining manner.
RadReads. A former MD from BlackRock shares his unique perspective on life and achievement (with great productivity tips sprinkled in between).
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Apex Money. Curated by JD and Jim Wang, this is an entertaining and quirky collection of content on personal finance. Links really run the gamut and there are true gems in every email.
Personal Finance Blogs. Three great articles a day, five days a week. Always look forward to seeing this one land in my inbox.
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