Lots of people read domaining blogs because they want answers and not just news/facts, completely understandable. What will happen after new gTLDs go live? What will happen to the reseller market?
The same way, people read financial sites/blogs/newspapers/magazines in order to find answers to questions which, fundamentally speaking, are pretty much identical to the previously mentioned ones.
What will happen to the stock market? What will happen to gold prices?
… and so on.
What you have to understand is that seeing things from a “please tell me what opinions I should have” standpoint is a mistake.
Before reading articles, you have to realize that the responsibility for your financial decisions is yours, not the author’s.
The author of an article is responsible for his/her financial decisions and that’s it.
He or she can share opinions through an article but blindly adopting those opinions as your own would be a mistake.
I like to read all sorts of different opinions, especially those which challenge mine.
But I treat them as just that, opinions as opposed to sources of undeniable truth.
Extract valuable information from each article, understand the logic behind it but make your own decisions.
Most people don’t do this and they end up not having personal opinions. Instead, the ideas they wrongfully consider personal opinions are just regurgitated opinions that they blindly adopted as their own.
Don’t make this mistake.