Here are some of the new entrants in the Canadian Personal Finance blogosphere:
Ellen Roseman needs no introduction. She writes a popular personal finance column for the Toronto Star and is the author of six books. She has recently started blogging and like her columns, her blog posts cover consumer affairs and personal finance topics. (RSS Feed)
Financial Jungle is written by a thirty-something Vancouver resident with a keen interest in dividend investing. Recent posts covered topics such as closet index funds, Vancouver Real Estate, Retiring in exotic locations like Thailand etc. (RSS Feed).
Financial Security Quest is a recently launched blog with the tag line “Money, Real Estate, Passive Income and Early Retirement”. Recent posts discussed dividend-growth strategies, investing in rental properties etc. (RSS Feed)
Mike has often left long and perceptive comments on various posts and inspired by William Bernstein’s book, has started his blog at Four Pillars. Though the blog has just gone live, I am confident that we can look forward to interesting posts. (RSS Feed).
Investment Jungle promises “to empower individual investors to gain the knowledge, skill and confidence required to invest in high quality stocks”. The blog features analysis of individual stocks using rules found in Phil Towne’s Rule # 1 book. (RSS Feed)