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5 Of the Best Investing and Financial Management Blogs for Millennials

5 Of the Best Investing and Financial Management Blogs for Millennials

If you’re a Millennial looking advice on anything related to money, finances, or investing, where is one of the primary places you’re likely to turn? For many young people, it’s blogs. Blogs represent an excellent way to not only get news and information about the financial world, but you can also get differing perspectives, stories from other people like you, and blueprints to make better financial decisions.

Below are five financial and investment-related blogs that are definitely worth looking into if you’re a Millennial.

Broke Millennial

Broke Millennial focuses on financial literacy, but it approaches it in a way that’s smart, funny and a bit quirky. Erin, the creator of Broke Millennial, doesn’t have a financial background, at least in terms of education or certifications, but she’s written for outlets like US News and World Report and DailyFinance, and her Broke Millennial posts have been syndicated on sites like The Cut and Business Insider. She blogs once a week, at a minimum, so you’re going to find fresh content; plus, she’s active on Twitter.

Afford Anything

Afford Anything is probably one of the most well-known Millennial blogs, where it’s all about money and finances. The concept behind the blog is that you can afford anything, but not everything. The blogger started her career in 2008 but quickly realized the cubicle life wasn’t for her. She’d been saving so she used that money to backpack around the world, and once she got back, she realized her goal was to invest in things that gave her not only financial freedom but also freedom in her life.

Timothy Sykes

Penny stock personality Timothy Sykes became a millionaire by the time he was in his early 20s. He has a website, Millionaire Challenge training program, and a frequently updated blog that shows people how they can achieve success through investing. The blog has lots of posts with flashy cars and trips around the world, but it’s also packed with tips and valuable information that make it a good one to follow.

Budgets Are Sexy

With lots of humor thrown into the mix, Budgets Are Sexy is practical and fun to read. Along with articles and useful guides, you’ll also find links to free tools that can help you budget, spend, and invest more wisely. The goal of Budgets Are Sexy, according to the writer who goes by “J. Money,” is to help young people learn to stop and pay attention to their money.

Mr. Money Mustache

Written by someone who is now a thirty-something retiree, as he calls himself, Mr. Money Mustache puts the focus on early retirement and financial freedom. The goal is to show readers how to maintain a frugal life that doesn’t require them to sacrifice on the things they really want. There are attainable tips to cut your expenses without cutting your lifestyle too drastically.

The above blogs are all incredibly unique from one another, yet each represents valuable content.


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