Blogging ain’t easy. It’s easy to start, difficult to keep up. A few years ago I lamented the disappearance of a number of finance bloggers I had become accustomed to reading. One way I like to support fellow bloggers is highlighting their opinions in my finance blogger wisdom series. Another thing I like to do is highlight the work of new, up and coming bloggers.

Admittedly the blogosphere was very different when I got started but I distinctly remember some of the first few bloggers who noticed my work. Amazingly three of them are still involved in investing including Joe Weisenthal (now at Bloomberg), Eddy Elfeinbein at Crossing Wall Street and the manager of the (CWS) Focused Equity ETF and Roger Nusbaum (financial advisor and maybe more importantly volunteer fire chief!). I am grateful to this day for their early support.

In a post today my colleague Josh Brown highlighted a new (one post!) blogger, Iconoclastic Capital and their new post on the student loan debacle: The Black Plague 2.0. Josh wrote:

This is the first time in a long time that I’ve been excited about a new financial blogger coming along, but Chris Haigh – a certified financial planner – is sick and tired and he’s not going to take it anymore. He has been abused by the student loan processing industry and with this post he lays it all on the line. What you are about to read is an absolute tour de force…

This got me thinking that there are a handful of new bloggers in this space that I think are worth highlighting here. In no particular order:

There you have it. Eight bloggers you may not know about, but are definitely worth checking out. Add them to your feed. Follow them on Twitter or just keeping reading Abnormal Returns. We will highlight their work along the way. Apologies in advance if I overlooked your blog. Ping me and I will happily take a look. That’s how the blogosphere works…

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