Blogroll

There are a lot of people who are also sharing their journeys to Financial Independence, provide their analysis about stocks they are interested in, share their goals and milestones, provide monthly updates or simply share their feelings about things not related to investing. Here is the list of blogs I am following at the moment:

Dividend Diplomats – two guys in their Mid-20’s who are sharing their race to gain more time before official retirement age.

Dividend Hawk – an investor from Finland whose annual income from dividends is already in 5 digits! I especially like his weekly reviews.

Stashing Dutchman – A Dutch guy in his early 20’s who just started documenting his journey to FI. It’s interesting to follow somebody who also just started blogging.

Divnomics – a couple of similar age of mine from Netherlands who also decided to retire earlier than official retirement age in their country. I really like the neat design of their website.

Financially Free in 10 Years – Mr. Robot is sharing his journey to Financial Independence. 10 years is an ambitious goal, it will be interesting to see how it goes!

Dividend Daze – Another person who decided to make his own future rather than depend on his employer’s will until retirement.

Project 2035 – A Lithuanian guy who is trying to reach FI before he’s 50 (in 2035). There are not so many people in Lithuania who are investing to dividend growth companies so it’s nice to see somebody else going in the same direction.

Dividend Portfolio – Another guy who started investing to dividend companies and blogging in 2015. He’s sharing his dividend income, portfolio, progress with reducing debts.

Passive Income Dude – a 31-years-old (in 2017) Engineer Officer in military who is trying to reach FI by investing to rental properties, mutual funds and dividend stocks. The goal is to retire before 42!

TimeIntheMarket – a 30-something whose goal is to be financially independent in the early 40s. I trust that he will be able to reach the goal as TimeIntheMarket’s portfolio is already more than $400k in value!

Engineering Dividends – a 50-year old, electronic engineer living in California who was able to start investing straight after graduating from college!

It’s so much fun to follow journeys of fellow bloggers and it keeps me motivated. Let me know if you would like to be added to the above list.