As most of you know, I am an investment advisor and financial planner by trade but this is just one function of the thinking and writing aspects of my life. Recently I was honored to receive an invitation to write on the subject of mutual funds for About.com, an online publication owned by The New York Times. I gladly accepted.
My writing here at The Financial Philosopher will not change in any way but, for those of you who would like to expand your knowledge of investing with mutual funds, I extend an invitation to join me at the About.com Mutual Funds site, which is a combination of timeless educational content and timely market commentary.
Here are some recent examples of each:
Educational: 5 Things to Know About Mutual Funds
Something for Everyone
For those of you who read The Financial Philosopher for reasons other than financial, I say take a look at the mutual funds site anyway. You just might take away something useful that you've not seen from mainstream financial publications. Also, I will inject my philosophies into the investment and mutual funds content; therefore it may be a useful balance of finance and philosophy for you.
Those of you who are traders, I believe you can receive value from the mutual funds site because I will periodically post information that will serve your interest, such as fund flow analysis and the general state of capital markets from the mutual fund perspective, which can be valuable for any kind of investor.
And for those of you who are my investment advisory clients, this new writing gig only takes a few hours of time per week and I'll continue to expand my investment knowledge for your benefit!
Mutual Funds Newsletter
If you want the easiest and most valuable access to my writing on mutual funds, subscribe to my mutual funds newsletter, accessible in the upper-right corner of the mutual funds site. What you'll get is a weekly email on timely market news and some useful investment information from the perspective of the mutual funds investor.
I look forward to continuing our growth together in both philosophy and finance!