Weakonomics

My name is Philip (yep, that’s me there) and I live in southeastern United States. On this website and others I refer to myself as “The Weakonomist”. Am I full of myself? Yes. About Me: I am a twenty-something and work for one of the largest banks in the United States. Yes you’ve heard of it. I don’t say where I work, partially to hide any bias but mostly to keep from feeling the need to explain my company’s actions every time we’re in the news; which is often. I’m not interested in promoting my bank over others, as I really don’t believe we’re the best. My time here is put to better use bashing my industry, as we really screwed some stuff up. I didn’t got to a fancy university, but I went to a good one. I majored in Finance and minored in Information Technology. Yes I am good at both. No wonder I started a money blog. Unlike most finance bloggers, I don’t have some story to tell about financial hardship. The reason why is two-fold. First of all my parents raised me to treat money as a tool. We were not rich, but we were comfortable. My parents don’t know a lot about investing or finance, but they know how to live conservatively off what they make and passed that down to me. The second reason is my ability to learn from other people’s mistakes. Ever listen to The Dave Ramsey Show? You should, it will inspire you to get your finances in order. I thank the other bloggers out there who have made huge mistakes and continue to talk about them. The more you people talk about your mistakes, the more I learn what not to do. This blog is a hobby for me. My interests include personal and behavioral finance, along with cars, technology, astronomy, history, and learning. I do get out of the house though; I jog regularly and love to have a drink with friends. I have an amazing fiance that is very supportive in this hobby, she’s even read the site a few times. The picture is actually not of me (surprise!) but of my best friend, mentor, lawyer, and accountant. He is wise beyond his year (not a typo). Occasionally I’m going to write about my personal interests but will do my best to put a Weakonomics spin on it.
 

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Weakonomics has a Wise Score of  59.87, which ranks it #229 among personal finance blogs.

Wise Score is an average of six statistics: MozRank, Number of Links to Domain, Klout Score, Twitter Followers, Alexa Rank, and Compete Rank. A Wise Score of 90 means the blog is better than 90% of its peers "on average". Learn more.

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2014-10-1222959.875.616,02652.342,9392,198,4920
2014-10-1222959.875.616,02652.342,9392,198,4920
2014-9-2823360.155.616,02652.342,9392,068,5080
2014-9-2823360.155.616,02652.342,9392,068,5080
2014-9-1423360.015.616,02652.342,9392,105,8610
 

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Economics needed a hero, I'm here instead. http://weakonomics.com/about/
Tweeting since 11 March 2008 (6 years 31 weeks)

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Klout Score52.34The Klout Score is a 0-100 rating of @The_Weakonomist's overall influence on Twitter.
True Reach383True Reach is the size of @The_Weakonomist's engaged audience. Klout eliminates inactive and spam accounts, and only include accounts that @The_Weakonomist actually influences.
Network Score15.690-100 rating of the influence level of @The_Weakonomist's engaged audience.
Amplification Score5.00 0-100 score of the likelihood that @The_Weakonomist's tweets will be acted upon by their followers.
Klout Description of @The_Weakonomist
@The_Weakonomist creates content that is spread throughout their network and drives discussions
Klout Classification of @The_Weakonomist
Specialist You may not be a celebrity, but within your area of expertise your opinion is second to none. Your content is likely focused around a specific topic or industry with a focused, highly-engaged audience.
Influential Topics Influenced By Influencer Of
  • Personal Finance
  • Finance
  • Economics
  • Business
  • Politics
 

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Referring Domains6,080Number of referring domains known for this item. If -1 then this number is not yet known.
Referring .EDU Domains5Number of referring domains from EDUcational sites (only exact .edu TLD included; no regional domains).
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