Over the past year I have learned quite a bit from my fellow finance bloggers. There have been thousands of excellent and useful articles published across the personal finance blogsphere over the last twelve months, below you will find a list of some of the best articles of 2009. Of course there have been many more excellent articles in the past year, these are just a few timeless articles I’d like to point out.
The Dividend Blog Guy reminds us of the two simple reasons why we invest. Although there are probably many more reasons why we invest these two are the central reasons.
Len Penzo has quickly become one of my favorite bloggers this year, earlier this year he revealed his Ten Commandments of Personal Finance.
Million Dollar Journey is well on his path to reach his goal of becoming a millionaire before the age of 35, earlier this year he asked what is important about money to you? Have you ever asked yourself this question? If not I would highly recommend to find out soon.
Oblivious Investor explained why he invests in Vanguard and maybe why you should too.
Canadian Capitalist cautious investors about the recent gold rush and points out why a gold bubble might be forming.
Pay yourself first is a very common recommended strategy, however Digerati Life tells us to save money by paying yourself last.
Everyone would like to become a millionaire one day, but most are not sure how they could achieve this. No need to look further Two Pennies Earned shares a few simple ways you can become a millionaire.
Bible Money Matters reminds us that managing money is not just a mathematical exercise, but also a psychological one.
37% of investment fraud victims are victimized more than once, Before You Invest explains how this is not a coincidence but rather a planned event; Recovery Room Investment Schemes,
Christian Personal Finance lay’s out the ABC’s of personal finance.
Looking for ways to save money? Look no further than The Digerati Life‘s 55 Best Ways to Save Money.
Darwin’s Finance explains the important difference between Median and Mean.
Oblivious Investor is not a big fan of Mutual Funds, however he does provide 11 tips for selecting a mutual fund.
Exchange Trade Funds have become very popular of the last little while, ETF Data Base debunks some of the myths surrounding ETFs.
Gen Y Wealth provides an excellent flow chart to help Gen Y members with their investments.
Do you have any interesting articles to share? Feel free to add them in the comments!