As we take a break from talking about dividend investing and personal finance, I would like to highlight something for folks reading my articles via RSS.
Google will be bringing down their Google Reader on 1st July (much to my disappointment)
There are 2 ways where you won’t miss my musings:
- Use another RSS feed reader (try Feedly. It’s the closes ubiquitous RSS reader for web, IOS and Android ) and add this link to it: http://feeds.feedburner.com/investmentmoats
- Enter your email address to Get Free Updates on my side bar on the right to received it via email
I love reading via RSS and it is not a good thing such a good tool be taken off. Still there are more ways to connect with me. Take a look on the right.
Kyith is the Owner and Sole Writer behind Investment Moats. Readers tune in to Investment Moats to learn and build stronger, firmer wealth foundations, how to have a Passive investment strategy, know more about investing in REITs and the nuts and bolts of Active Investing.
Readers also follow Kyith to learn how to plan well for Financial Security and Financial Independence.
Kyith worked as an IT operations engineer from 2004 to 2019. Currently, he works as a Senior Solutions Specialist in Fee-only Wealth Advisory firm Providend.
You can view Kyith's current portfolio here, which uses his Free Google Stock Portfolio Tracker.
His investment broker of choice is Interactive Brokers, which allows him to invest in securities from different exchanges all over the world, at very low commission rates, without custodian fees, near spot currency rates.
You can read more about Kyith here.
Friday 22nd of January 2021
Thank god i found this post! However when i post the RSS feeds into the feedly and only saw 26 Nov 2019 as the latest post and older posts.
Anyways to rectify your RSS feeds?
Monday 27th of May 2013
Tiny Tiny RSS
Matthias highlighted this solution http://tt-rss.org/redmine/projects/tt-rss/wiki
You basically host the solution in your own site and you can access it via Android App as well!
Don't have to worry about people killing it.
Sunday 26th of May 2013
I have since switched to a self-hosted tiny tiny rss. Hopefully you (and the others I religiously follow won't take down your rss feed :)
Monday 27th of May 2013
i wish so as well! actually Feedly just doesn't feel right at all. Another solution is Google Currents.
Tiny Tiny RSS looks neat! and it even comes with an Android App! That forms a very nice ecosystem!