Blogroll 15


I have been inspired by so many great people regardless of what they do. They are my childhood superheroes, musicians, leaders from history books, revolutionists, volunteers, teachers, my direct manager from my first job, my wife etc… The list goes on. I learn from them, try hard to mimic and eventually find myself to be one of them. A few months ago, I was inspired by legendary fund managers and  other financial bloggers and decided to start my own so that I can learn, share and hopefully inspire. Without referring the legendary fund managers and financial bloggers, my blog is never complete.

Here are the legends and bloggers that I think we can learn so much from.

 

The legends and great fund managers

Berkshire Hathaway

Sequoia Fund

SQ Advisors- Lou Simpson

Third Point- Daniel Loeb

Markel Corp- Thomas Gayner

Brave Warrior Advisors LLC- Glenn Greenberg

Gotham Funds- Joel Greenblatts

Graham and Doddsville

Akre Capital Management-Chuck Akre

Hillside Wealth Management

5i research

Donville Kent

Giverny Capital

Turtle Creek Asset management

 

 

Amazing US Investing and Personal Finance Blogs and Websites

 

1500 Days to Freedom

A Wealth of Common Sense

Base Hit Investing

Budgets Are Sexy

CS Investing

Dataroma

Financial Samurai

FI Fighter

Gen Y Finance Guy

Go Curry Cracker

Investment Hunting

Mad Fientist

Making Sense of Cents

Modest Money

Mr. Money Mustache

My Money Blog

Net Net Hunter

Old School Value

Oddball Stocks

Retire by 40

Rockstar Finance

Root of Good

The Millionaire Educator

The Brooklyn Investor 

Validea

Whale Wisdom

 

Great Canadian Investing and Personal Finance Blogs and Websites

Don’t Fuck With Donville

Freedom 35

Get Smarter About Money

The Greater Fool

My Own Advisor

Tawcan

Robin Speziale

Canadian Couch Potato

Canadian Money Forum

Millenniel Revolution 

Million Dollar Journey

Money Geek

Stockchase

The Blunt Bean Counter

Investorfile.com

 

Other Wonderful Blogs

FromCentsToRetirement

No More Waffles

 

 


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