Welcome to your latest Weekend Reading edition, some of the best personal finance and investing articles from the blogosphere. Earlier this week, I caught with an index investor on his way to financial freedom – you can check out his portfolio here. I also started a new partnership on my site, with ModernAdvisor and profiled their online portfolio management service. You can try ModernAdvisor risk-free for 30 days with a trial account funded with $1,000 of ModernAdvisor’s money. At the end of your trial period you can keep any gains if you open and fund a new ModernAdvisor account.
Finally on my site this week, I had a rebuttal to this article – why a personal finance day per month is a good idea. I don’t think so…
Best wishes for your weekend and don’t let any #sinkhole stand in your way!
Young bought one BRK.B (Berkshire B –Class Share) so she could buy a credential and attend the Berkshire Annual General Meeting.
Joel Schlesinger reached out to yours truly for this Winnipeg Free Press article – how to be a landlord without the headaches. Thanks Joel – now check out the article folks.
Many Millennials seem set on home ownership regardless of price. This article said many 20- and 30-somethings are flocking to the ‘burbs to afford a home.
Dividend Growth Investor had some ideas about stress testing your dividend portfolio.
Be Smart Rich is working on this passive income plan.
Proteus reached out to me recently and let me know about this educational video on pension plan compliance for plan sponsors.
Here’s another reminder to check out this valuable (FREE) ebook about Women and Money.
Big Cajun Man paid a small fee for his health.
Boomer & Echo is looking for an automated solution to generate retirement income. Mine is dividend income from about 40 stocks and a couple ETFs.
Freedom Thirty Five Blog shared his food stamp challenge.
Here is a (U.S.) penny for your thoughts from Michael James on Money.
Mr. Money Mustache told us happiness is the only logical pursuit.