New Personal Finance Indexes – PBH30 & BFP60

February 7, 2007

One of the challenges we face in today’s information age is sorting out content that is relevant and useful to us. There are many tools for this in investing world, every major finanical website has both free and paid fund or stock screening tools. What about a screening tool for personal finance information?

Personal Finance Sites
How can we find the most helpful advice among the hundreds or thousands of personal finance pages on the Internet? Yan from Pro Bargain Hunter and Jim from Blueprint for Financial Prosperity have come up with two personal finance indexes to help guide us towards valuable content. The idea is to “let the people decide”, they list the top personal finance blogs according to two different usage metrics.

Yan started out with the Pro Bargain Hunter 30 which measures the top 30 personal finance blogs by subscribers as measured by Feedburner. Jim followed up with the Blueprint for Financial Prosperity 60 that measures the top 60 personal finance blogs by Alexa rating. Of course you should’t read a site simply because of it’s presence or absence from a list, however, these lists are a good way to keep track of what other readers judge as valuable personal finance content.


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