Looking to expand your understanding of finance? Then you’ve come to the right place! Aside from HIT Investments, there are many sources for financial literacy on the Internet. However, there’s plenty of miss information to be wary about too. That’s why we’ve hand-picked some financial education resources for you. The following recommendations will expand your financial knowledge and help you live the kind of life you deserve.

Books

The Bible – The Guide of Life
Decision Quality by Carl Spetzler, Hannah Winter, Jennifer Meyer – How to Make Better Decisions
Thinking, Fast and Slow by Daniel Kahneman – Behavioral Science
The Intelligent Investor by Benjamin Graham – Value Investing
Security Analysis by Benjamin Graham and David Dodd – Value Investing
The Most Important Thing by Howard Marks – Value Investing
Margin of Safety by Seth Klarman – Value Investing
Quantitative Momentum – Wesley Gray & Jack Vogel – Momentum
The Signal and the Noise: Why So Many Predictions Fail, But Some Don’t – Nate Silver – Filtering the Data

Podcasts

Meb Faber – Quantitative Investing
Clark Howard – How to Save More and Spend Less
Patrick O’Shaughnessy – Invest Like The Best

Blogs

HIT Investments – Personal Finance and Investments
Mr. Money Mustache – Financial Freedom through Badassity
A Wealth of Common Sense – Personal Finance and Investments

Comparison Sites

Cash Back – E-commerce Cash Back Rewards
Bankrate – Mortgage, Refinance, Savings, Checking, CD, Insurance
Google Flights – Airfare
Slickdeals – Deal Sharing
Amazon – Online Shopping
Google Shopping – Online Shopping
eBay – Online Auction
OneCraigs – (Aggregates Craigslist) Online Used Marketplace

Retail

Mr. Rebates – Cash Back when Shopping Online

Mobile

Republic Wireless – Cellular provider offering affordable plans with no contracts starting at $15/month

Credit Card

Cash Back Credit Cards – Straight-forward credit cards with no annual fee and 2% cash back