Fat Pitch Financials Turns 3
Today, I’m celebrating the third anniversary of Fat Pitch Financials. That’s right, Fat Pitch first started on August 12, 2004. Back when I first started this blog, I never dreamed that people would actually read it.
I can’t believe that Fat Pitch Financials served over a half a million pages to over 200 thousand visitors this year. That’s especially amazing since Fat Pitch Financials has only served up 633,000 page view since inception. That means most of you have only just started reading Fat Pitch Financials this past year. Be sure to subscribe to Fat Pitch Financials if you haven’t already. Over 1,400 of you already subscribe to the Fat Pitch Financials feed and a couple of hundred get our email alerts.
If you are a recent reader of Fat Pitch Financials or even if you a long time reader, there are probably many articles that you’ve never even seen at Fat Pitch Financials. I dug through my visitor logs and found the following stories were most read this past year:
Most Popular Stories
- How to Calculate Your Return on Investment
- Ultimate 2007 Berkshire Hathaway Annual Meeting Guide
- Exploring Greenblatt’s Magic Formula
- Excel Financial Data Add-In
- Ultimate 2006 Berkshire Hathaway Annual Meeting Guide
- Phil Town’s Rule #1 Book
- Magic Formula Performance to Date
- Top 5 Hacks for Intelligent Investors
- MFI – Rule 1 Big Five Combo Screen
- Magic Formula Rankings Using Portfolio 123
I also want to thank everyone for helping to make Fat Pitch Financials so successful. It has encouraged me to develop Fat Pitch Financials Contributor’s Corner and Value Investing News. It’s really hard to believe that a little investment journal could lead to the development of an actual business. It will be interesting to see where this goes next year.
6 thoughts on “Fat Pitch Financials Turns 3”
That is quite amazing if you really think about it – blogging has not really been around for that long. Congratulations on this milestone. I have enjoyed your blog for some time now and always learn something new.
The Dividend Guy
hey, i just started a similar personal finance and investing blog and was wondering if you might be able to check out my site http://www.betachaser.com and give me any suggestions you have. Thanks in advance.
Your site has always been impressive with its breadth of coverage and innovative ideas.As an originator of the “Festival of Stocks” as well as helpful spreadsheet analysis, you help all of us navigate through the world of investing.
You should be proud of your achievements, most of all, for developing a loyal and knowledgeable readership base. You are known by the company you keep, and you should be justifiably proud!
Best wishes for continued success!
The Dividend Guy, I’m glad you have enjoyed my blog.
Tony, I’ll try to find time soon to check out your BetaChaser blog.
Rick, I’m both honored an flattered by your praise. Having you as a reader is definitely helping me be in good company. Thank you.
Congratulations George. This is quite an accomplishment as most blogs do not last more than a few months. Your content and your dedication truly make your blog stand out amongst the crowd and I am not surprised to see your blog referenced in various top 25/50/100 financial blogger lists.
Congrats to one of the highest-quality pf blogs around. I’ve certainly enjoyed and learned a lot from you, George. Keep up the great work!