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2007 PF Blogger Net Worth Comparison

There are a lot of lists around the blogosphere that compare blogger monthly earnings, unique visits, pageviews and Alexa Rankings.  However, I haven't come across a list that compares the net worth of personal finance bloggers. MDJ is going to change that.

Not all PF Bloggers openly display there net worth which is understandable.  However, out of the ones who keep their finances transparent to the public, here are the Dec 2007 rankings by net worth and age.

Rank Blogger
Net Worth
1 Millionaire Mommy Millionaire Mommy Next Door $1,617,988  43
2 MM PF Blog $875,850 31
3 Sun  The Sun's Financial Diary  $614,716  35
4 FrugalTrader Million Dollar Journey $272,900 28
5 Pinyo Moolonomy $236,400 33
6 Lazy Man Lazy Man and Money $214,826  31
Jonathan My Money Blog $204,759 29
8 Canadian Dream Canadian Dream: Free @ 45 $201,300  29
10 MG The Money Gardener $131000 28
11 Flexo Consumerism Commentary $121,861  31
12  Mr. Cheap Quest for Four Pillars $94,912 32
13  Financial Blogger The Financial Blogger $41,800 26

It's not that the net worth of a blogger means a lot, but it's interesting to see where they stand relative to others in the same blog space.  It's also a tricky comparison as a lot of people calculate their net worths differently. 

If you have a PF Blog that discloses your (positive) net worth, let me know and I'll add you to the list.

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FrugalTrader About the author: FrugalTrader is the founder and editor of Million Dollar Journey (est. 2006). Through various financial strategies outlined on this site, he grew his net worth from $200,000 in 2006 to $1,000,000 by 2014. You can read more about him here.

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  • AJC @ 7million7years April 26, 2008, 5:06 pm

    FT, I’ve done two things:

    1. I’ve posted my $7MDJ – there’s a tautology in there ;) – on my own site:


    2. I’ve deleted my Net Worth from NetWorth IQ, so no longer ‘qualify’ for listing here :)

    I originally posted my Net Worth because my area of interest is blogging about building wealth, more so than saving/frugality … and, I wanted to show what IS possible.

    Now, by posting the first $7m7y journey on my own site, astute readers will (hopefully) see that it is all just common financial sense and is repeatable to a greater or lesser degree, by others.

    Proof: just see what Millionaire Mommy has already achieved … and how … not a great deal of of difference there.

    Thanks for opening the discussion! AJC.

  • JR April 27, 2008, 11:16 am


  • MoneySheep May 26, 2008, 1:21 am

    Net Worth get talks alot. Most people means Net Assets, it is Assets less Loans. But ultimately what most people want is Net Wealth, the ability to earn sustainable Cash Flow; not what they can sell their Assets for.

    You may have a high net worth by owning hugh assets (such as hugeh-mongus Rolex watch or a hugh house) that no body wants but you. But I would rather have a sustainable income (indexed to inflation) for the rest of my life.

  • Late night Geek October 6, 2008, 9:44 pm

    It takes time and a lot of dedication to become a millionaire

  • mei August 10, 2009, 9:12 pm

    Can’t state enough how important the sacrifices that go into wealth creation are.

    Curious if anyone has caught this book yet? “The Richest Man in Town” by W Randall Jones. I’ve read half of it so far and let me tell you it is well worth it. Would like to hear what everyone else thought of it?


  • Bill Bartmann September 3, 2009, 1:39 pm

    Excellent site, keep up the good work

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