WSJ columnist bids farewell

I enjoy reading Jonathan Clement’s “Getting Going” columns in the Wednesday WSJ. I was surprised to see him writing his last column today, What I Learned From Writing 1,008 Columns. I missed the mention in an earlier column this month, And It All Comes Down to This….

He’s also left an online column of his favorite columns, A Longtime Columnist Picks His Favorites. He also has a web site,, where he promotes his books and answers some questions.

He’s going to be director of financial education at Citi. He’s mentioned in a article about others leaving WSJ, It’s Quittin’ Time at ‘The Wall Street Journal’.

I also enjoy Bob Brinker and Jane Bryant Quinn and the advice from Fidelity, Vanguard, and online bloggers, such as Get Rich Slowly.

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