The great thing about the Australian finance community is there is a variety of opinions and sources of information. If you can combine all the great things that you learn from different places then you can really get a good diverse group of readings.
These are three blogs that could be worth reading:
Bronwyn runs this blog to be educational for Australian women about personal finance topics. A lot of the finance or investment services are male-focused and doesn’t pay enough attention to female savers or investors. This seems silly considering it’s been proven by studies that women are better investors on average.
This is a blog about a guy trying to become financially free using real estate, exchange traded funds and super to retire early. By saving hard and investing Aussie Firebug is looking to show that it is possible to make financial things that seem impossible actually happen. He and his partner have already amassed a net worth above $400,000.
Steve Johnson and others provide an infrequent blog of interesting articles about Australian and overseas businesses. They like to provide the reader with a different perspective about a company or an industry as a whole. Thinking about things from a different perspective can be a useful tool.
Being able to read a wide source of thoughts is one of the best ways to hone your own finance thoughts and help you decide how you want to live your life. It will also really help build your wealth.
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