Big news here today. I’ve moved the Investing For A Living blog from a WordPress hosted site to a self-hosted site.

If you’re a blog follower and want to keep up with new posts I’d like to ask you to do the following:

1/ RSS Followers -> If you’re getting my blog through RSS feed (e.g. Feedly or equivalent) please update your feed to

2/ E-Mail Followers -> If you’re getting my blog through e-mails your e-mail should already be transferred to the new blog feed (in fact, I’m kinda hoping you get this e-mail from the new link). If you don’t get a new blog post from me in the next few days please go to the new site and re-sign onto the e-mail subscription (top right)

3/ Linkers -> If you’ve got my blog linked to your site somewhere, please update the link to

Why the transfer? Basically, more freedom and flexibility. I hope to add some new cool content to the site over time to help individual investors navigate the crazy investment world we live in today. I also plan to focus on some more basic concepts for investment beginners.

I’m still working on re-catogorizing much of the blog content. My focus has shifted over the last 5 years to more of an automatic investment style and thus I need to do some reorganization. Have a look at the new blog and let me know what you think and/or if you find any errors. I’m happily open to suggestions & improvements. I like the new, fresher look but want to make sure you like it too. With any luck all new posts will be on the new platform.

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11 thoughts on “ Investing for a living has a new home

  1. Good luck with your new site.
    My request/suggestio. Can you have a place in your new website called Investment for Dummys. I read every one of your emails very carefully and I have to admit that in some of your posts i don’t have a clue what you are talking about.
    I am not a full timer yet but hopefully soon.

  2. Thanks for the new site Paul.

    I often read your posts on my phone and when you would embed a chart, they were impossible to read. They are readable now!

    Keep up the great work.


  3. Pre-ordered Leslie Masonson’s new book “All About ETF Momentum Strategies (All About Series)”. Discussion on Amazon indicates it continues his work on ETF rotation. He first got me thinking about practical trend following and ETF rotation. Keep up the great work!

  4. My husband and I are looking into RVing full time and need to produce a month income and happened upon your web site. I know nothing about investing but would love to get into it. Do you have any suggestions to learn about it?

    1. Cheryl, my best recommendation would be to start with the Vanguard website . It has a great deal of basic information for those getting started learning about investing. If you have the interest you can start reading some basic investment books. Search my blog for ‘beginners reading list’. If you don’t have the interest I’d consider using Vanguard as an advisor. They’re the best in the business.


        1. Not a bad resource on index investing. But the best source on anything index investing is Vanguard. Anything and everything they out out is top notch.


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