Taking Twitter by #EvidenceInvesting Storm

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Earlier this year, I launched a crusade to advance “evidence-based investing” as a replacement for “passive investing.” So many of us are chafing against the limp, ill-fitting nature of the latter term, it seemed high time to rally around something better.

What better place to rally than on Twitter? Please join me in embracing an important new hashtag handcrafted for our community: #EvidenceInvesting. Continue reading “Taking Twitter by #EvidenceInvesting Storm”

A (NEW) Guiding Light for Financial Bloggers

If you’ve ever tried to write your own financial blog post, I’ll bet you’ve been in this dFinancial Blogging book by Susan Weinerark place before: You’ve got so much to say … but where to begin? Struggling to discipline your thoughts into tidy rows on that disarmingly blank page, you despair. There has got to be a better way. One way is to hire a professional to help. (Let’s see, who might that be?) If you’re resolved to take on some or all of the writing on your own – good news – you’ve now got a great new resource to help you hit the page running: Susan Weiner’s “Financial Blogging: How to Write Powerful Posts That Attract Clients.”

At its rack rate of $39 for the PDF file, $49 for paperback, the book will be one of the best investments you’ll make this year.   Continue reading “A (NEW) Guiding Light for Financial Bloggers”