7 Smart Wealth Management Blogs to Start Reading

Best Wealth Management Blogs

Managing your finances and investments can be a difficult feat to pursue alone, especially when you are an individual of high net worth. This is because you may require advisors who are successful in very distinct specializations.

Assurex Global Partners work closely with some of the top private wealth management and risk management firms, as well as financial advisors who know the ins and outs of what it takes to manage and invest your money in the most beneficial ways for your unique needs.

Thankfully, there are also many wealth management blogs and online resources that offer expert advice on managing your money. Here are the lucky seven that made our list of the best wealth management blogs that we think you should start reading for smarter money and asset management.

Best Wealth Management Blogs & Publications 

1.) The Big Picture

Wealth Management Blog The Big Picture

Barry L. Ritholtz is the founder and chief investment officer of Ritholtz Wealth Management, a financial planning and asset management firm, with over $227 million in assets. Barry writes The Big Picture, a wealth management and financial planning blog, and is a frequent commentator on many financial topics. Named one of the “15 Most Important Economic Journalists” in the United States, Barry also shares a frequently updated podcast, Masters in Business.

2.) Finance & Flip Flops

Finance & Flip Flops Wealth Management & Finance Blog

33-year-old veteran of the financial planning industry, Daniel Zajac, is a self-proclaimed financial planning junkie. One of Daniel’s most important goals as a professional, certified financial adviser is to provide his Finance & Flip Flops blog readers with a relevant, comprehensive financial education. If you’ve already made a lot of money, or you’re just starting to get your finances in order, there is something for you on Daniel’s blog.

3.) I Am 1 Percent

I Am 1 Percent Wealth Management Blog

Edwin writes the I Am 1 Percent personal finance and wealth management blog. He has a big goal, too: to make it into the 1% of income earners in America. And this blog offers tips for those who want to get there too, or who are already well on their way. The blog focuses on topics such as real estate investing, personal finance, wealth management, career management and much more.

4.) WealthManagement.com


WealthManagement.com is another go-to digital resource of all things wealth management. The blog is focused mainly on providing financial advisors and estate planning professionals with news and knowledge on all types of wealth management topics like asset protection, estate planning, investing, high net worth families and more.

5.) Wealth Pilgrim

Wealth Management Blog Wealth Pilgrim

Neal Frankle, Certified Financial Planning and Registered Investment Advisor writes the Wealth Pilgrim blog. The mission of Neal’s blog is to help people find financial balance. His articles can help you make smarter financial decisions, plus gain control of your finances in order to live — or maintain — the life you truly want. Topics covered include investing, retirement planning, life insurance and much more.

6.) Wealthcare for Women

Wealthcare for Women Wealth Management Blog

Financial advisor, Russ Thornton, focuses on helping women take control of their finances after unexpected life events like divorce, becoming a widow and getting remarried. Because Russ’ own mother suffered financially after her divorce, he has made it his mission to help other women alleviate the burden of those trying times. The Wealthcare for Women blog focuses on topics such as investment management, estate planning, financial planning and more to help women live their wealthiest lives.

7.) Your Smart Money Moves

Your Smart Money Moves Wealth Management Blog

Ted Jenkin, Editor In Chief of the Your Smart Money Moves blog, has spent the past 22 years giving personal financial advice to thousands of people. In 2008, Ted founded oXYGen Financial to help revolutionize the financial services industry by creating a new company that focused on serving the X and Y Generation. Ted is also an on air radio personality. Your Smart Money moves focuses on helping you take control of your financial future.