It wasn’t very long ago that there were no personal financial blogs written for a Canadian audience. In fact, in the early days of my blog, I had to use words like tax-deferred instead of RRSP, hoping that Americans would visit as well. Fortunately, such days are long gone and the list of Canadian blogs keeps growing and here is the latest batch:
Canadian Financial DIY is written by an expatriate Canadian living in Scotland who has been managing his own investments for about ten years. The blog is fairly new and features investment topics and book reviews.
Middle Class Millionaire is written by a 27-year old, who wants to retire by the time he is forty. He is off to a great start by assembling a $100,000 portfolio of stocks, mutual funds, bonds and cash and discusses his stock ideas on his blog.
To One Million and Beyond is written by Matt who is 29 years old and deep in debt and yet wants to have a million dollars (surprise!) in liquid assets by the time he is 35. It’s a bit hard to tell this is a Canadian blog but Matt writes thoughtful posts on how he deals with his debt.
If I have missed any other new blogs, let me know in the comments section.