Wealth manager blogs that my readers like
“Which blogs written by wealth managers do you admire for their ability to connect with clients or to share insights about markets and wealth management?” This question by one of my newsletter readers prompted me to ask whom you recommend.
Below are some of your answers. I’ve shared some of your comments about the blogs, naming the recommendation sources when you’ve given me permission.
- Mike Lipper’s Blog—”Mike Lipper has me hooked! I look forward to receiving his blog EVERY Sunday evening. After I’ve read it, I make sure to discuss it with my closest colleagues–and with my husband, too!”—Janet Mangano
- The Big Picture by Barry Ritholz—suggested by Joe Clemens
- The Reformed Broker by Josh Brown—suggested by Joe Clemens
- “I find the syndicated writer Scott Burns of Assetbuilder to be an excellent communicator. His writing style simplifies sometimes complex principles for popular consumption.”—Hugh Gallagher
- “I like Mariko Gordon’s newsletter for Daruma Capital Management. Here’s a link: http://www.darumanyc.com/newsletter/Daruma_2013_09.html to the most recent one entitled ‘Van Halen, Tattoos and Brown M&Ms.’ As you can tell from the title, it’s a little spicy. Please share one you like.”
Which great wealth-manager blogs are missing from this list?
I see this list as a starting point. Some influential bloggers, include Michael Kitces, who explained his approach to blogging in a Q&A with me, are missing. Please chime in with additional suggestions.
Also, check out an earlier list of my readers’ suggestions: “Market commentary with wit and wisdom.”
Very good article.
Thanks for your recomendations.
Great article and great sources definitely. We really like Abnormal Returns due to the market news being shared, daily chart and especially the companies to watch.
Nice and informative Blogger!
Great list of wealth blogs really appreciates after reading blog. Michael Kitces blog was really good you surely have to add him to the list Nerd’s Eye View good post.
Great recommendations, thank you.