Weekend Reading – 40,000 pageviews, portfolio updates, goals and more

Welcome to my Weekend Reading roundup folks, and I want to take a quick moment to thank you, the fans for visiting and commenting and contributing:


Earlier this week, I made a case for indexing and then I pursued to write about dividend investing with my monthly income update here.

Enjoy some of the best articles from the blogopshere below and we’ll chat again next week.

FrugalTrader shared an update on his Smith Manoeuvre portfolio.

Jason Fieber provided his freedom fund update.

Krystal Yee shared some financial goals.

Here’s a list of financial experts the stock market beat up on, including all their financial predictions totally gone wrong.

Jim Yih did some quick math on vacation properties, buy or rent.  I think I prefer renting – you can turn-in the keys whenever you want.

Robb Engen told us having options will mean freedom down the road.

Michael James on Money had some good comebacks for more email advertisers and marketers.

My buddies at My University Money talked about taking money to the bank for new graduates.

Big Cajun Man wrote everybody’s got plans.

Sandi Martin welcomes the worlds of robo-advisors.

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20 Responses to "Weekend Reading – 40,000 pageviews, portfolio updates, goals and more"

  1. Wow congrats on 40k page view. It’s interesting looking back at all the predictions that are so dead wrong. I suppose analysts get paid the big bucks even though they only get it right 50% of the time. 😉

    1. Down from 60,000 earlier this year, but it is summer 🙂 I don’t blame people…I’m outdoors as much as possible. Thanks for the support and great to see your comments here.

  2. MOA,

    I just stumbled upon your site from Dividend Mantra’s. Thanks for the diverse articles. I really appreciate the comedy of the banking system we all must endure just to keep our money safe. By the way, good luck reaching 9k in dividends. That would be a spectacular achievement.



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