The Site: http: Wheredoesallmymoneygo.com
Where does all my money go? is a personal finance blog for pros. It’s bigger picture stuff, focusing on issues like discrimination against women on Bay Street, stock picks, choosing the right financial advisor and how to become a Bay Streeet trader. Site proprietor Preet Banerjee also does a new weekly podcast, Money Matters, in which he talks to Canadian investors, writers and bloggers, some of whom we’ve previously featured here.
The site is organized into a few categories, including behavioural finance and investing. Useful tools includes a short but handy links resource. While the site isn’t as oft updated as a lot of blogs out there, the posts are nuanced, informative and a good step up for people looking to graduate from personal finance rookie sites.
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Author: Preet Banerjee
Site founded: July 23, 2007
Frequency of updates: Weekly
Potential for money saving: Not a site about penny-pinching. Instead, Banerjee focuses on investing trends, Bay Street and opinion.
Best practices: Good for a weekly dip into ideas. And if you’re looking for a good Canadian finances podcast, try Banerjee’s Monay Matters.
Facebook page: Same stuff, different format, but also collects some of Banerjee’s output as financial expert on the Oprah Winfrey Network and as a Globe columnist.
Twitter: The usual stuff.
Favorite Posts: Which Hollywood Stars Would Be in the Ultimate Financial Crisis Movie? Bill Murray as Ben Bernanke? Sure. Maybe Wes Anderson can direct.