Another week has gone by and it is time for me to summarize this week’s posts for those who have missed out. Links are provided to each one for curiosity.

This week featured some interesting posts. Two of them ranked transferrable point-earning cards against their peers and the other presented my credit cards predictions for next year. Special thanks to Wallers Wallet (H/T) whose recent YouTube video inspired two of this week’s posts.

Without further ado, here’s the weekly review:


Credit Card Predictions For 2020

Tuesday’s post presented my predictions for the credit card industry in 2020. 2019 is coming to and end and I figured that now is a good time to predict what will be next year. Some of these predictions are positive while others are negative. But what is certain is that the credit card industry and landscape is ever-changing.


Ranking the Chase Ultimate Rewards Earning Cards

Likewise, Thursday’s post ranked the Chase Ultimate Rewards (UR) point earning cards. Chase has eight cards that earn UR points (or cash back that can be turned into them with a premium Chase card). Cards were ranked based on sign-up bonuses and earning structures. Annual fees, redemption options, and perks were not taken into consideration.


Ranking the Citi Thank You Points Earning Cards

Saturday’s post was a follow up to the last one, but I ranked the Citi Thank You (TY) points earning cards instead. Citi offers five cards that earn TY points. But four of them are available online and one must be applied for in a branch.


I hope that everyone has a great Sunday and happy holidays this coming week! Stay posted for more content next week!