Since my previous round up, a number of Canadian Financial Blogs have appeared on the scene:

FP Trading Desk is the online blog of The Financial Post and features extensive coverage of business and stock market news and analysis of individual stocks.
(RSS Feed)

Dividends Matter aims to “to empower individual investors to gain the knowledge, skill, and confidence required to invest in high quality, dividend paying stocks to generate steadily increasing cash flow and ensure a lifetime of successful investing”. If that sounds similar to Investment Jungle, it’s because Average Joe is the blogger behind both. Some recent stocks analyzed include Loblaws (L), Fortis (FTS) and Power Financial (PWF) etc. (RSS Feed)

Montreal-based, 25-year old, Financial Blogger works in the banking industry and has been blogging for a while about everything involving personal finances. He is a big fan of leveraged investing and is personally implementing the Smith Manoeuvre. (RSS Feed)

Nabloid on Investing (Nabloid = net + tabloid) aims “to publish information about investing and the investment industry in Canada and the United States”. Nabloid mostly blogs about individual Canadian and US stocks. (RSS Feed)

Where Does All My Money Go? is written by Toronto-based stock broker Preet Banerjee, who promises to “explain EVERYTHING about money”, in his blog. Recent topics covered include his 12-part series on life insurance. (RSS Feed)

Next week, we’ll look at Road to Harvard, Loonies and Sense, Give me Back my Five Bucks, Guerilla Investor and Wealthy Canadian. If you have a Canadian Financial Blog and would like to be featured in my next round up, please leave a comment or contact me directly.

This article has 7 comments

  1. I usually like less than 1% of new financial blogs I find out about. If I see any stock charts, excessive advertising, Kiyosaki on favourite book list, info about credit card balance transfers, rebate offers, live quotes, focus on “getting rich (quick)”, busy web design, I usually don’t add them to my RSS reader. There are just so few good financial/investing blogs out there.

  2. Hi CC, thanks for the mention – traffic is already spiking. ๐Ÿ™‚

    Dave – What kind of material are you looking for? Do you find there are topics that don’t get enough coverage that you would like to see more posts on?

  3. Hi CC,
    thx for the mention! I just got back from work and I just find this nice surprise ๐Ÿ™‚

  4. I don’t know if it’s worthy of mentioning yet, but I have a new blog at where I respond to things written on other sites and keep notes as I attempt to learn more about Canadian finance. I never knew there were so many others out there – thanks for doing this post ๐Ÿ™‚

  5. Bailout 2008, a poem by David Jeffrey:

    Like a bloodied warrior,
    laying broken and torn.

    Like a dying soldier, hopeless and forlorn.

    But the blood, it be green,
    the color of money.

    And the soldier is an economy,
    and it is anything but funny.

    Broken are itโ€™s people and shattered are their dreams.

    Thanks to the ultra rich and their full proof schemes.

    It is a tragedy with more pain to come.

    Finance will be Hell, and their wills will be done.

  6. Thanks for recommending all these blogs, i’ll certainly check them out!

  7. Thanks for the list! For anyone who is a Canadian finance enthusiast your blog is a helping tool. Its also amazing to see the Preet commenting here as I do follow his blogs as well!