This is one of the finance blogs I read and agree with/disagree with in turns. But again, the key factor for sticking Glenn Chan on your reading list is originality: I do not want normal, boring, rote formula script when it comes to my business and financial reading. I want people who get me thinking and open my eyes to subjects that would otherwise pass me by.
So go and have a look at what Glenn Chan’s Random Notes on Investing has to offer. If you do you’ll see it’s mainly about Canadian stocks, sometimes about mining stocks and always a smart read. You may well end up doing the same as your humble scribe and sticking it on your RSS, too.