A reader recently sent this my way. It’s not only a nice compliment to be mentioned among such prestigious sites, but I think readers will find the list extremely helpful in generating their own reading lists. The Reformed Broker puts together a nice list of sites. I should note, however, that I was not an A.P. econ guy in high school. If memory serves me correctly, Spanish, Latin, U.S. History, Euro History, Psychology and Math were the full extent of my A.P. courses. To my credit, A.P. econ was not offered (the lack of financial education in high school and college is something I’d love to see changed in this country) and it’s unlikely that I would have qualified at the time. It’s safe to say that I was financially ignorant until the fog of Freshman year in college cleared….If you have any blogs or sites that you don’t see on the list feel free to add them in the comment list. I am always looking for unknown writers, bloggers and websites that have high quality content and insights. For those who are curious what I read on a daily basis I’ll add that 75% of them are on the list here. Hope you find it helpful and thanks to the Reformed Broker for compiling an excellent list.