Count on These 5 Forbes Bloggers to Make Investing Easier

By | March 8, 2013

Investing can be hard to figure out. You have to decide how much to invest, and what to invest in. Thanks to the help of these five Forbes’ bloggers, the process just got a little easier for you.

Ken Fisher

Ken Fisher with Fisher Investments Forbes Contributor has been writing a monthly column for Forbes for almost thirty years. His columns have helped investors forecast the stock market and make smart investment decisions. He has worked with tens of thousands of clients, helping them manage their money, and was honored as one of the industry’s thirty most influential individuals over the last 30 years. By reading Ken’s blog on the Forbes’ website, you’ll be learning valuable tips on investing in the stock market.

Steve Schaefer

Steve Schaefer has been covering the markets at Forbes for almost six years. In that time, he has helped readers better understand the market with his basic knowledge of Wall Street. Steve posts several times a day as news and information come to him to share his knowledge and expertise with his readers, in hopes that they’ll find it helpful to them. Some of Steve’s more popular posts include those on stock surges, Facebook’s fall, and Facebook lawsuits.

Deborah L. Jacobs

Deborah L. Jacobs is a Senior Editor with Forbes. She has an entrepreneurial spirit, having worked as a lawyer, and spends her time giving advice on personal finance, the workplace, and small businesses. She has also written a book on estate planning, helping baby boomers and their parents set theirs up. Deborah’s blog covers similar topics, as well as financial strategies and investment scams, working and living better as we get older, and other important issues to retirees and those preparing for retirement. She also provides a forum in which this group of readers can communicate with each other. If you are retired, or approaching retirement, take a look at Deborah’s blog for some great information.

Agustino Fontevecchia

Agustino Fontevecchia has a background in sociology, philosophy, and economics, and uses all three backgrounds to make his blog as broad as possible. Readers will find posts on finance and economic issues, geopolitics and world news, and an occasional academic or theoretical post. His more popular posts are about the market crash, oil price increases, and GLDs. Readers looking for thoughts and opinions about a variety of financial topics will find a good amount of it on Agustino’s blog.

Caitlin Duffy

Caitlin Duffy is a part-time blogger on Forbes who contributes posts about online trading of stocks, options, bonds, and other investments. She writes a daily marketing commentary that helps readers see what the day’s trends in the market are, trading patterns, and interest strategies. Readers can gain some great tips on the market from Caitlin’s posts.

These five Forbes’ bloggers can help readers with their investments. Whether you’re looking to invest in the stock market, setting up a retirement plan, or just want some information on investments themselves. Forbes’ blogs are a great place to start.

Resources:

http://www.forbes.com/sites/afontevecchia/

http://www.forbes.com/sites/deborahljacobs/

http://www.forbes.com/sites/steveschaefer/

http://blogs.forbes.com/people/caitlinduffy/