|First, best of luck with the new blog. It can be exciting at times, and quite daunting at others. Persevere, at least for a while, because it is the very beginning which is hardest.
These suggestions are offered in the spirit of constructive criticism. While I have a number of small suggestions, none or high severity issues, but rather cumulative issues that you might want to consider:
I tried to look looked for advice suitable for beginner investors.
I have a tendency to add the "tried to" in front of things, but you either tried something of did something, you didn't try to do something. It sucks the air out of the sentence.
This is why I’ve started this blog. This...
Too many uses of the word "this". While it is always good writing advice to avoid repeated words, blog posts can be a challenge because this topic on this post of this blog are all a bit hard to name, which can lead to excessive "this" use. There is no perfect answer, but re-read your post before submitting and watch for those repeated words.
Why does it do my findings on finance matter to others? Well, at the moment, it might not.
If you don't believe in you, why should anybody else? Beware of the blog trap of asking why people will care and answering that they won't. Presume that if they made it past the first line or two, they care enough to be reading. Get on with the point of the post, even if you feel insecure about whether people will care.
Who knows, in the not too distant future, this humble initiative could bloom into a full-fledged community of rookie investors irrespective of their background, including the size of their portfolio.
This is good, though it could be better. Express your dream in as positive a way as possible while still being humble about the distance to the dream. Don't be afraid to say "I hope" or "I'd like" rather than acting as if something is happening to you. A blog is fundamentally an expression of your personality, hopes and dreams. People aren't expecting the semi-objective tone of a news article, but a more personal perspective. Tell that what you hope will happen, and how you hope to get there. Then, invite them along for the ride.