Originally published February 6, 2016 on Fool.com
by Morgan Housel
We are in the golden age of financial information.
There is more high-quality financial writing today than ever before, written by a more diverse group of writers than has ever existed.
But there is far too much to read. The volume of financial information could drop by 99% and you still couldn’t read a fraction of what’s out there.
Everyone needs a filter, which requires having a curated list of go-to writers.
Here’s a list of people I go out of my way to read (I know I’m forgetting many — sorry).
Ben Carlson (A Wealth of Common Sense)
- Who he is: Portfolio manager at an endowment fund
- What he writes: Investing observations that seem like common sense until you realize you had never thought about investing that way before reading his article.
- Why you should read him: He bats pretty close to a thousand in terms of quality. Every article is worth reading.
Sam Lee (Morningstar)…
Read the rest of Morgan’s go to reading over at Fool.com