The Dividend Ninja is a DIY (Do It Yourself) investor, who started blogging in 2010 about his journey into dividend stocks. After investing in mutual funds for years, and working with a second advisor in 2009, he realized it all came down to fees and commissions. Like most people, the market crash of 2008 and 2009 changed his views about investing and the financial industry.
Hank Coleman is a finance writer who has written extensively for many financial websites and publications in addition to his own blog Money Q&A. Hank holds a Master's Degree in Finance and graduate certificate in personal financial planning.
In 2011, Vicky continued her life-long obsession with numbers, math, and money by starting a blog called Vix Money. By documenting her personal journey through the wonderful world of personal finance, she hopes to raise awareness about topics such as the basics of personal finance, the proper usage of credit, and the basics of investing. Aside from writing, she also helps people who are interested in setting up their own spending plans, provides an unbiased second opinion on their current investments, and helps people set up goals to reduce their debt.
Brian So is an insurance advisor specializing in life, disability, critical illness and long-term care insurance. He educates consumers on his blog on all aspects of insurance, and aims to arm his clients with all the information they need to make the right insurance decision to protect their families.
A Wealth of Common Sense is a personal finance blog that focuses on financial planning, investments, markets and investor psychology. You can use your common sense to help create a comprehensive financial plan. Ben Carlson, CFA helps manage the investment portfolio for an endowment fund and has been developing institutional investment strategies since 2005.
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