I get asked a lot what my favorite blogs are. I started blogging in 2005. Most of my favorite blogs are no longer active.
However, the four blogs I’d recommend right now are:
You can also follow some of these authors on Twitter (but, you shouldn’t). I’m on Twitter. But, again, you shouldn’t be on Twitter.
I just wrote a post about how you need to go into a room alone with just a 10-K and sit still there for several hours.
You’re not going to do that if you can check your Twitter feed instead.
So, I have three pieces of advice about learning from bloggers:
1. Read: Richard Beddard, Value and Opportunity, Clark Street Value, and Kenkyo Investing.
2. Don’t follow any bloggers on Twitter (because you should delete your Twitter account if you’re serious about investing).
3. Whenever you come across a potentially interesting blog post, print that post out and put it in a folder somewhere that you read all the way through like once a week. Don’t “browse” from one post to another and one blog to another. The way to get a lot out of any reading material is to focus on it and read it closely (like with a pen and calculator). Don’t skim.