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wooohooo! A mention in Barron's!

Oh, my! I am very flattered!

Mike Hogan, from the Electronic Investor section of Barron's, mentioned my blog in his article entitled "The Best of Financial Bloggery"!


(hey! Is bloggery a word? hehe)

Also mentioned are TheStockBandit, TechTraderDaily, The Big Picture, and more!

Go read the article here!

Do it! Because I said so!

And a big thank you to Mike for the mention!


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Anonymous said...

congrats TG!

Anonymous said...

Congrats TG, now your rich AND Famous.

Have a great day.

john bougearel said...

yeah, now you can retire, lol

Trading Goddess said...


Thanks everyone!

However, I think I am too young to retire. Plus the market is so exciting - hard to stay away for any length of time. Wouldn't you agree?

Anonymous said...

i've been following this blog for a while but it keeps getting better - with the new look, then the other contributors. Good job everyone!

Anonymous said...

I agree---I love the excitement!!
Wow on the Barron's mention and triple Wow when I saw Dan Fitzpatrick post a commment!!!!
Most awesome. I also like all the new tools and sites off to the right.
Thank you La Goddess

Trading Goddess said...


It is kind compliments like yours that make everything worthwhile.

Thank you. It is much appreciated!


Trading Goddess said...


Good to see you again! I thought you ran off on me. hehe

I was going to send out the Mounties...

stocktube said...

CONGRATSSSS! TG ... you deserve it *flying kiss* ...

cheers ...

Anonymous said...



The Best of Financial Bloggery

HAVE YOU STARTED YOUR OWN FINANCIAL WEB LOG, or blog, yet? Everybody's doing it -- or so it might seem to the crowd at the first BlogWorld Expo (www.blogworldexpo.com) in Las Vegas, which ended last week. There are already 60 million active American blogs, give or take a couple million, according to a soon-to-be-released Digital Media Habits study by Parks Associates (www.parksassociates.com). One or more blogs reach about a third of the country's connected households every day, and these homes comprise a remarkably involved subscriber base. Unlike most media, blogs rely on readers to keep the conversation going and depend on links to readers' blogs to rise above the noise of a less-than-organized blogosphere. Blog surfing isn't that different from crossing the mosh pit at a headbanger concert: There are lots of random stimuli.

Counting pure-play investing blogs is tough, says Derek Gordon, vice president of marketing for Technorati (www.technorati.com). So many are a mixed bag of market observations and more personal ramblings that they get "tagged" for inclusion in multiple topic categories. That's where Technorati helps. Started by Chairman David Sifry (www.sifry.com) in 2002, it has become the unofficial chronicle of the blogosphere and a good place to start looking for whatever kind of blog you're after. One caveat: A simple search on "investing" yields more than 40,000 hits, so you should narrow the field using the advanced version of Technorati's blog-specific search engine.

SocialRank (http:www.socialrank.com) is another tracker of blogosphere zeitgeist, highly weighted, like Technorati, toward new postings. Often, blogs link to each other: Trading Goddess (www.tradinggoddess.blogspot.com) includes a long list of other investing blogs.

Blogging has become an easy hobby or marketing gambit, due to free blogging hosts like WordPress (http://wordpress.com) and Google Blogger (https:www.blogger.com), and the minimally priced Typepad (www.typepad.com). These sites provide just about everything the aspiring publisher needs, except the words and pictures. Even though half of all blogs fold within a month of startup, not to worry: Gordon says 175,000 new ones will pop up tomorrow...and the day after that.

More than half of those will be written by Millenials, or folks born in the late 1970s and later, who came of age with the Internet. Take Jeff White, founder of TheStockBandit (www.thestockbandit.net), a stock-picking Website specializing in charting and day trading. The 32-year-old White, who started trading in 1998 and blogging in 2005, describes himself as a full-time independent investor who blogs to collect his thoughts. "I am reminding myself of important concepts at the same time that I write them for you," he tells readers, "so this is good therapy."

Blogging also has become a must-have channel for traditional media, adds Gordon. That includes Barron's, which publishes a news and analysis blog, Tech Trader Daily (http://blogs.barrons.com/techtraderdaily) on Barron's Online. It's penned by West Coast Editor Eric J. Savitz, who also writes the weekly Tech Trader column in the print edition.

Additional recommendations: The Big Picture (http://bigpicture.typepad.com); The Kirk Report (www.kirkreport.com); venture-capitalist Paul Kedrosky's Infectious Greed (http://paul.kedrosky.com) and the Wall Street gossip sheet DealBreaker (www.dealbreaker.com).

Many Wall Street analysts and money managers find blogging a good marketing tool. Birinyi Associates' Ticker Sense blog (http://tickersense.typepad.com) has gained popularity, due to The Ticker Sense Blogger Sentiment Poll, where bloggers can share their 30-day market outlooks once a week. This gathering makes Ticker Sense a good place to find other blogs.

For a free blog smorgasbord without all the surfing, try Seeking Alpha (www.seekingalpha.com). It delivers daily analysis and opinion from among 400 contributors, many professional money managers or analysts. Choose the investing themes, sectors and tickers you want to read about, and you'll get an e-mail of related articles and links. Global Trends Investments President Barry Lydon is a typical contributor. Both his ETFTrends (www.ETFTrends.com) blog and his asset-management firm focus on exchange-traded funds.

Barely a decade old, citizen journalism is on a hockey-stick-shaped growth trajectory. The popularity that BlogWorld Expo and others are trying to cash in on derives in part from the passion of people like White, who says of his blogging: "I just love the market!"


Trading Goddess said...


lol! @ "flying kiss"!

(now I am going to go GOOG that to find out what it actually is - it better be something warm, soft... maybe even succulent? lol!

Thank you, my friend, for you kind words.

It is everyone here ... in this blog, that I am so very proud of! The articles and contributions have been very much appreciated by myself, and surely the readers.

Thank you all for your hard work!


Trading Goddess said...


Thank you for stoping by my blog as well as taking the time to post your "comment". It is appreciated!

Now... dang it all! I was on a treasure hunt looking for a hard copy of Barron's with that article, and I could not find a store near me that sells them.



btw, would you mind if I asked you next time you post, if you could type in a name? It really helps me keep track of everyong around here.

Thanks and happy investing to you!

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