First of all, thank you for visiting my blog today!
I hope that you have read a couple of my articles already or if you are totally new to the blog, a very warm welcome to Personal Finance Freedom.
It’s been a while since I wanted to introduce myself to the regular and new readers of the blog. Here it goes – My name’s Sagar and I am a resident of Toronto, Canada. I am professionally a software consultant and work for IT Industry.
I am a family man with a beautiful wife and a 6-year-old kid (Grade 1). We all immigrated to Canada in 2015 from India, and since then we have been doing well here.
What made me start this blog and why personal finance?
Personally, I have always been fascinated with blogging and writing in general. Personal Finance is my passion. I’ve been investing since the age of 12, even before I could open an investment account, I used to be actively involved with my Dad’s investments and help him with facts and figures.
I’m not a professional writer, I am not gifted with the best of the English language and literature, but I’m not bad too! I keep getting better at what I do and learn going forward. Every article I write will be better than the previous one!
Financial World, Capital Markets and Investments have always interested me right from my childhood and I keep myself abreast of all the day to day activities and look beyond to learn.
I am writing here to the best of my abilities and as I write more, I feel I am getting better and helping someone out there.
Also, your comments, emails, likes and shares are really motivating me to write more quality content, be unique and publish more frequently.
My Vision For The Blog In 2020 & Beyond
For the year 2020 and beyond, I am really aiming at publishing at least 2 articles a week, just to keep new information flowing through with many How To’s directly related to a particular query.
Also will continue to review products, write more about personal finance, frugal living, stocks and ETF’s.
That’s it for now, please email me at [email protected] in-case you have anything to say or want to just say a “hi”