According to the staff at Pensions & Investments magazine, the top three financial blogs are:
That’s according to to “Pensions & Investments’ Best Blogs and how they got that way,” which also lists some other top blogs.
But blogs get mixed reviews from P&I’s audience. “Turns out some tout the virtues of having fresh and sometimes entertaining voices and unique perspectives not found in typical Wall Street research, while others eschew blogs as unnecessary,” reported Drew Carter in “Ranking the blogs.”
What do you think? Are blogs useful to you?