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12 Best Investing Blogs in 2020

Here at Investment U, we strive to provide top-notch financial news and investing ideas. Although we’re not the only source of useful information. That’s why we put together this list of the best investing blogs in 2020.

We’ve listed each site below and why we think it’s a top source of investing ideas. The blogs below can help you find new investing ideas – and strengthen existing ones. Many of them also provide other financial tips and insight.

Top Investing Blogs in 2020

  1. Simply Safe Dividends

Simply Safe Dividends analyzes dividend-paying companies. The founder, Brian Bollinger, is a registered CPA. He started his investing blog in 2015 and brings in-depth insight into dividend safety. He has spent more than 10,000 hours researching, analyzing and recommending stock ideas.

  1. Wealthy Retirement

Wealthy Retirement is one of the best retirement investing blogs out there. Marc Lichtenfeld is the senior editor, and he is an income expert. He’s a bestselling author and has also appeared on CNBC, Fox Business and Yahoo Finance. Through Wealthy Retirement, Marc provides powerful, easy-to-understand investing ideas.

  1. A Wealth of Common Sense

A Wealth of Common Sense rarely covers specific companies. Instead, this blog covers big investing ideas and uses history as a guide. Its author, Ben Carlson, has obtained the CFA designation. It’s one of the most respected designations in the financial world and is considered the gold standard.

  1. Liberty Through Wealth

Liberty Through Wealth focuses not only on investing, but also on what comes from it… financial independence. This website has a few writers, and the top editor is Alexander Green. He has written four national bestselling books and is a Chief Investment Strategist. He’s helped hundreds of thousands of readers improve their understanding of the financial world.

  1. The Belle Curve

The Belle Curve covers a wide range of financial topics. The writer, Blair Duquesnay, brings unique insight into women in the financial industry. She also has a CFA designation and was a past president of the CFA Society of Louisiana. Blair is also an active contributor to the financial services industry.

  1. Money Morning

Money Morning is financial news and investing blog. It’s quick with quality content that helps sort through the noisy media. Whether you’re just starting out or planning your retirement, Money Morning gives readers actionable information to help reach and enjoy financial independence.

  1. Profit Trends

Profit Trends dives into emerging, breakthrough and disruptive trend. This financial site is led by experts Matthew Carr and David Fessler. They’re skilled at recognizing when trends are forming in high-growth sectors… and subsequently unearthing profitable opportunities those trends represent.

  1. Oblivious Investor

Oblivious Investor is dedicated to spreading the idea that investment success comes from simple principles: diversify your portfolio, minimize costs and ignore financial media noise. Mike Piper is the author of this investing blog. He’s written a few personal finance books and also is a CPA.

  1. Trade of the Day

Trade of the Day focuses on short-term trading opportunities. Although, some of the insight is also geared toward long-term investing opportunities. Five day a week, you’ll find important trades Bryan and Karim are tracking. They’re both veteran traders with a long history of success.

  1. The White Coat Investor

The White Coat Investor was founded by a board-certified emergency physician. Investment blogging isn’t a normal path for doctors. Although, the author Jim Dahle now helps high earners in many professions. Too often, high earners fall prey to bad financial advisors. But unlike most advisors, Jim’s advice doesn’t come with major conflicts of interest.

  1. Crossing Wall Street

Crossing Wall Street focuses on buying and holding stocks. The author, Eddy Elfenbein, helps readers play the long game. He also gives readers a free and unbiased view of the market. Each year, he publishes a buy list of 25 stocks. Not many investing blogs track how all their recommendations have performed compared to the S&P 500.

  1. Financial Samurai

Financial Samurai covers personal finances and investing. Every article is based off firsthand experience to provide helpful insight. The author, Sam Dogen, started blogging back in 2009 after the stock market crash. Since, he’s learned and shared lots of information with his readers.


Don’t see your favorite investing blog on this list? You can reach out to media@investmentu.com and we’ll review any financial websites you pass along. We’ve dived deep into the investing world, but some great blogs can fly under the radar. So we’re open to expanding our best investing blogs list in 2020.

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