The Reformed Broker
‘Downtown’ Josh Brown, a frequent contributor on CNBC has a really great website full of interesting nuggets. The guy is a straight shooter and tells it like it is. Highly recommended.
Absolutely fantastic trader and a great proponent on auction theory aswell as trading psychology. These are skills are invaluable and you should learn from the best, like this guy.
Dr Brett Steenbarger
Dr Brett is a pretty cool guy, i found out about him from FuturesTrader71 and one of his awesome seminars. He deals with the major issue of trader psychology and until i found out about this guy, i was fumbling around in the dark. If you ever want to expose weaknesses in your persona, trade futures. You will soon be brought back to earth with a thump. On the plus side, once you are ‘aware’, adjust and listen to yourself, it is insane just how good things can be..
You will learn a lot about yourself if you follow his resources and you can apply it to anything, not just trading. Anyway, i think most trading and investing books are a waste money but not in this case. Highly recommend hopping over to his blog. His dvd ‘A Trader’s guide to self-discipline’ is excellent as is his book ‘The Daily Trading Coach’.
DivHut is another fellow blogger, a well-managed, regularly updated blog which has a nice story to follow. He has a great list on his blogroll from which to follow other dividend income investors.
My Own Advisor
An awesome blog for us fellow Canadians which focuses on the entire gamut of financial savviness. Covers a slew of information on RRSP’s, TFSA’s, RRIF’s, pensions, retirements, funds and so on. Grab a cup of coffee and pop over.
I’ve not many people tirelessly collate a large mass of useful information on a blog on a consistent basis but R2R does an admirable job. Some great info and focus on long-term investing.
Mike Santoli’s Unexpected Returns
Mike Santoli’s blog on Yahoo Originals is a pretty good source of information, i find the analysis to be solid with decent facts to backup his rational.