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Vote for Best Financial Blog of 2012

Posted by Larry Doyle on October 12, 2012 7:00 AM |

Thanks to our friends at eWallstreeter for making the effort to organize and run a poll for the best financial blog of 2012.

Is there any doubt that the blogosphere has changed the manner in which news and opinion in our nation are disseminated? So many bloggers, both financial and otherwise, produce fabulous work and evoke the true American spirit in the process. I tip my hat to bloggers everywhere for engaging in debate in the public square. In fact, I would go so far as to say that given the current positioning of the mainstream media, the case for exceptional bloggers has never been greater.

I thank those who have already voiced their support and have cast their vote for my work here at Sense on Cents.  I hope others who visit my blog share that sentiment. You can rest assured my passion in pursuit of truth, transparency, and integrity while navigating the economic landscape has never been stronger. I thank you, the readers, for your own passion which fuels so much of what transpires here.

On that note, I hope you will take a minute or so to vote for the Best Financial Blog of 2012.

Larry Doyle

  • crusader

    LD; Congratz! The people have spoken. 33% for SOC, 9% for a distant second place & three tied @ 6%.

    Are the polls closed?

  • coe

    Transparency, integrity, truth – all core principles – easy to endorse/harder to live by…I took a look back at many of your posts on a couple of subjects that were important to me, and it is clear that you have never wavered – bringing these three virtues to every column. The thing that I find distinguishes your work is that you do entertain opposing views in a respectful way, engage in some dialogue, and find a way to stick to your guns without being dismissive…and it is refreshing to find commentary linked to economics that touches third rail issues like education, religion et al. Miss the radio show, LD

    Waiting for the book and for you to run for public office, eh?






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