My favorite Business and Finance Blogs

Though I’m into Science and Technology, I’m more passionate about business and finance. I never had a chance to learn about stocks, bonds, investments, futures, pasts. It’s still complicated and  difficult to learn.  I have few blogs from where I slowly teach my self all about business.

Getting Finances Done

Getting Finances done is a fuse of finance and productivity, offering tips on how to save money, manage finances, and teaches people how to achieve financial control. Tips from a couple who wants to share their financal system and experiences in the hope that they can help others obtain this stress-free state of financial control.


I would say Investopedia is a small encyclopedia about business and finance. They have wide range of articles, tutorials, dictionary and some free tools about business and finance. Also they offer ‘financial term of the day’ on the welcome screen which would teach you something new everyday. You can read about investing news and tips, and plunge yourself in the financial world. For student like me, with no experience, interest or knowledge of finance, Investopedia is the best way to start.

20Something Finance

20Something Finance is a blog of G.E. Miller, a B.A. student from Michigan State University – Eli Broad School of Business.  His goal is to provide rich personal finance content that is well researched, thought out, and attempts to add value to the reader. Most of his post topics come from interactions with all of you. Tough lessons, but good ones.

Get Rich Slowly

Get Rich Slowly, recently named most inspiring money blog by Money magazine — is devoted to sensible personal finance. You will not find any get-rich-quick schemes here. Nor will you find multi-level marketing fads or hot stock tips. Author shares stories about debt elimination, saving money, and practical investing. He also post occasional reviews of books, magazines, and software. For anyone looking for managing their own money and get rich slowly author guides them with bunch of tips on how to smartly ensure your financial stability and success.

Wise Bread

Wise Bread, a community of bloggers to help people live large on a small budget. Wise Bread will help you to discover Savvy shopping tips to keep you stylish, sassy, and solvent, Financial advice that is easy to understand and easy to apply, Career and money-making ideas that’ll add zeros to your bank account and General adulthood know-how your parents forgot to tell you. they have an interesting Philosophy of  ‘You can have fun saving money!’. Understanding what things cost, how to manage money, and where to spend and not to spend is what Wise Bread does best.

My Two Dollars

David started My Two Dollars after finding his way back from the brink… overloaded with debt, getting married, and changing careers. He has been reading all the great personal finance blogs for a long time and decided to throw in the knowledge he learned over the last few years. “Be Frugal, But Don’t Be a Cheap Bastard.” is my favorite article on this site.


In BloggingStocks they have asked each of their bloggers to introduce themselves and talk a little about why they love the market and what positions they call their own. This is one of the few good finance blogs on the Web. It’s updated information about the financial world is really useful.

Ticker Sense

If  you want to track the current economic trends Ticker Sense is a good choice. It’s a blog about everything financial. Their primary focus is on U.S. stocks, but you’ll see many topics ranging from the economy to commodities to psychology which all seem to interconnect in this expansive financial universe anyways. I haven’t explored more about this.

The Business Insider

The Business Insider (TBI) is a new business site with deep financial, entertainment, green tech and digital industry verticals. It covers a number of different beats and interests, in all type of business. Things are described in a way that everyone can understand. It has news, analysis, forecasts, and opinion about how finance and business are doing.


Economix is a part of NY times blog. As the logo says its all about “explaining the science of everyday life.” The site concentrates important trends and issues facing Americans today, and discusses them in easy ways. It helps you to understand the impact and meaning of some of the current issues, and for seeing how current events affect us as normal people.


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