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.
Today, we have hundreds of finance experts writing blogs that share free tips on everything from frugal living to tax preparation to fund management. There are plenty of people out there sharing their tales of taking control of their finances and offering tips for others. We put together a list of the top finance blogs that you might want to add to your RSS feeds and browser’s bookmarks, if you haven’t already. The combination of timely articles and useful tools make it a must-have for anybody who wants to improve their personal finance health. The rankings for this list of the top 44 financial blogs are determined using website metrics measured by SimilarWeb.
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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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