Brad Frenette of the Financial Post interviewed me a couple months back, but I never heard word from him after that. Then, last week, he asks to take pictures and finalize the interview. I agreed, and here are some snippets of the article "Bloggers show off the books":
…in the year 2014, Newfoundland's millionaire club will increase by one. That is, if all goes according to plan for FrugalTrader, the moniker of the 27-year-old engineer behind the personal finance blog Million Dollar Journey.
… the blog outlines his plan to become a millionaire by age 35 using a "combination of saving, investing and proper planning." FrugalTrader opens his ledger with detailed breakdowns of his assets and overall net worth…
The Financial Post also mentioned Million Dollar Journey in another article "Good advice or just online ranting?". Here are the snippets:
…Professor Robinson: I like this one. Clearly written, accurate, informative, not over-selling an idea, just telling you what you need to know. You shouldn't take this as comprehensive advice, just as information on high interest rate accounts. He identifies the clear weakness in them — the average return is higher on other investments
…followed on to read a couple of his tax pieces. Exactly the same level. Accurate, covers the basics that will be all that most people need to know. I conclude that this is one personal finance blog that is worthwhile for the average person..
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