Hoje iremos expandir a análise dos blogs de finanças. Vamos conhecer os blogs de finanças americanos mais acessados. Muitos chamam este grupo de blogs de finansfera americana. Mas há algumas particularidades e diferenças em relação à nossa blogosfera. Enquanto a finansfera brasileira é 99% amadora – a maioria dos blogs aqui nem possui domínio registrado -, a finansfera americana é em grande parte profissional. Percebe-se que os blogueiros encaram seus blogs como um negócio e não apenas um simples diário. Em contrapartida, os blogueiros por lá não interagem muito um com os outros, diferente daqui onde existe uma comunidade bem ativa e unida. Caso você já acompanhe um blog de finanças americano que não tenha sido contemplado nesta compilação, por favor deixe o link na área de comentários para que o mesmo entre na próxima revisão do artigo.
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Mr Money Mustache is a thirtysomething* retiree who now writes about how we can all live a frugal yet Badass life of leisure. My wife and I studied engineering and computer science in Canada, then worked in standard tech-industry cubicle jobs in various locations throughout the late ’90s and early 2000s.
Then we retired from real work way back in 2005 in order to start a family. This was achieved not through luck or amazing skill, but simply by living a lifestyle about 50% less expensive than most of our peers and investing the surplus in very boring conservative Vanguard index funds and a rental house or two.
This blog was born in 2011 out of exasperation. Six years into this early retirement, life was going well and our little boy was growing up nicely. But many of my friends and former coworkers remained broke, constantly complaining about how hard middle-class life is these days, and how much they would like to be able to afford to lose at least one of their six-figure salaries so someone could stay home with the kids.
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Mr. Money Mustache, UBER Driver
by Mr. Money Mustache on 22/11/2017 at 17:43
Special Surprise: Did you know there is now an MMM Android App? It’s really good. Beautiful offline reading. Alerts you to new articles automatically, if you want. Thousands of users already. Free. Many more features (plus an Apple version) to come. It’s on the Google Play Store. —- About two years ago, I switched from taking […]
When Your Shitty Health Insurance Doubles in Price
by Mr. Money Mustache on 05/11/2017 at 17:09
Well, despite Mr. Money Mustache’s outrageous optimism, I think we all saw this coming. I opened up my premium renewal email from Kaiser and saw this: My family’s monthly health insurance premium, which had already more than doubled in the last few years to $674 per month, was going up a further 44% for the […]
Get Rich With: Conspicuous Consumption
by Mr. Frugal Toque on 24/10/2017 at 19:33
MMM Note: The following is a lesson from our Canadian friend Mr. Frugal Toque, a long-time reader and contributor to this blog, and soon-to-be early retiree. I can’t say for certain that we Mustachians need perfect honesty: I’d be lying to you. But if we’re to proceed with the utmost efficiency, we’re going to have […]
Electric Car vs. Winter
by Mr. Money Mustache on 07/10/2017 at 01:27
Just a few days ago, I got a surprise in the mail. It was a very expensive registration renewal bill* from Boulder County, reminding me that my brand-new 2016 Nissan Leaf was already a whole year old. The car has now been through the full cycle of Colorado’s interesting driving conditions including blazing sunshine, blowing […]
Seek Not to Be Entertained
by Mr. Money Mustache on 20/09/2017 at 16:38
I was enjoying a walk downtown with my son recently, when I noticed something wasn’t quite right. A man was emerging from the background of other pedestrians, trying to make eye contact. We kept walking. “Excuse Me! Gentlemen! How much are you paying for your Cable TV right now?” I could now see that he was […]
From Zero to Wealthy in Two Years – With AirBnb?
by Mr. Money Mustache on 16/08/2017 at 14:57
By this point you probably know all you ever wanted to know, and more, about Mr. Money Mustache’s long-ago path to early retirement. But my story is only one of an infinite number of possibilities, which means it is valuable to look around at how other people are doing it. Because of that, I’ve been […]
Introducing The MMM World Headquarters Building
by Mr. Money Mustache on 02/08/2017 at 14:04
Almost exactly six years ago, I wrote a simple post about a pawn shop opening up in my town. It was during the very early days of this blog, and I figured it was an easy way to take some shots at that financially predatory industry. Also, the shop was called Mister Money, which had […]
Great News: There’s Another Recession Coming
by Mr. Money Mustache on 21/06/2017 at 01:54
If you’ve been keeping an eye on the US economy in recent years, you might notice that things are looking pretty darned rosy. Unemployment is at its lowest level in 40 years, wages are rising, and house prices have not only recovered from their fiery crash of 2009 – they have had several years of record […]
Houston Attorney Thrives on Doing The Impossible – Daily
by Mr. Money Mustache on 08/06/2017 at 12:53
In this extremely wealthy country of ours, the chief barrier to wealth is often the information, or misinformation that gets stuck inside our own heads. People with the right knowledge can develop the right habits, and these habits lead them to accumulate wealth very quickly. Meanwhile, the majority of people pick up incorrect financial ideas and […]
Exposed! The MMM Family’s 2016 Spending!
by Mr. Money Mustache on 19/05/2017 at 18:44
Well, I might as well come clean on our spending for last year. It either went up, or way up, depending on how you want to account for things. Every year, this annual report seems to come out a little bit later – mostly because I’m no longer all that interested in how much money we […]