iBC’s Top Finance Blogs of the Internet

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iBankCoin proudly presents the Top Ranked Finance Blogs of the interwebs, in terms of page views. This is the best list of the premier finance blogs that you will find anywhere.

NOTE: Make no mistake that, in short order, “Mish” (Michael Shedlock) will become iBC’s “side dish.” Indeud.

RANK SITE TOTAL PAGE VIEWS: MAY 2010 AVERAGE DAILY PAGE VIEWS: MAY 2010
1 Michael Shedlock 2161909 69739
2 Big Picture 2115471 68241
3 Calculated Risk 2063081 66551
4 The Market Ticker 1976590 63761
5 Naked Capitalism 1111691 35861
6 Marginal Revolution 1031122 33262
7 iBankCoin 953111 30746
8 Economist’s View 459978 14838
9 Gregory Mankiw 452476 14596
10 Baseline Scenario 447888 14448
11 Credit Writedowns 425723 13733
12 VoxEU 384555 12405
13 Market Folly 370827 11962
14 Tax Prof 249271 8041
15 Carl Futia 223355 7205
16 Carpe Diem 179986 5806
17 Triple Pundit 178033 5743
18 Ekonomi Turk (Turkish) 174189 5619
19 Financial Armageddon 169105 5455
20 Overcoming Bias 168764 5444
21 Coyote Blog 162409 5239
22 Half Sigma 156209 5039
23 QandO 154225 4975
24 Angry Economist 123814 3994
25 Angry Bear 116095 3745

22 Responses to “iBC’s Top Finance Blogs of the Internet”

  1. I like it.

  2. […] All of you top finance blog posters can go fuck yourselves. We got our own list now. […]

  3. Kick ass, Fly.

    When the PPT goes viral, you’ll be #1.

  4. Goldbugvariations

    Good to see you’re finally beating “Ekonomi Turk”

  5. If we are missing some bloggers out there, don’t be shy and step forward. We will furnish this list twice per year and I want it to be accurate.

  6. Where is that dipshit Timmah, or does this list only include solvent bloggers?

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  7. Well done man! You’ll own them in no time.

  8. I’m amazed that Denninger is so far up the list (Market Ticker).

  9. I thought all these stats were already publicly available? No surprise on all-hat, 12 readers Slope-boy holding out.

    ___

  10. Exactly–I agree. I contacted them and didn’t like how they reacted.

  11. Good idea, don’t think I’ve seen anyone ever rank it by page views before. If you’re looking to rank other sites I would assume a lot of them are using tracking services and might be able to be quantified publicly via Alexa, Compete, Quantcast, Sitemeter or one of those third party services. Interesting to put things in perspective, cheers.

    Jay
    @marketfolly

    • Thanks for stopping by, Jay. You run a terrific site. I wish everyone used sitemeter like you do, but some of the sites not on the above list are very secretive about their traffic.

  12. […] I call it) coming in the S&P 500. “The Big Picture” blog, currently ranked #2 on iBankCoin’s list of the top finance blogs on the internet, has some great work out today–taken from another blog–on the historical statistics […]

  13. I visited all of them. They are the best. List could be expanded to 100.

  14. Where the HELL is ZEROHEDGE ?

  15. […] Thus, they, as well as others who keep their reader stats private, were not included on this list. Click here to see the previous […]

Comments are closed.

iBC’s Top Finance Blogs of the Internet

3,796 views

iBankCoin proudly presents the Top Ranked Finance Blogs of the interwebs, in terms of page views. This is the best list of the premier finance blogs that you will find anywhere.

NOTE: Make no mistake that, in short order, “Mish” (Michael Shedlock) will become iBC’s “side dish.” Indeud.

RANK SITE TOTAL PAGE VIEWS: MAY 2010 AVERAGE DAILY PAGE VIEWS: MAY 2010
1 Michael Shedlock 2161909 69739
2 Big Picture 2115471 68241
3 Calculated Risk 2063081 66551
4 The Market Ticker 1976590 63761
5 Naked Capitalism 1111691 35861
6 Marginal Revolution 1031122 33262
7 iBankCoin 953111 30746
8 Economist’s View 459978 14838
9 Gregory Mankiw 452476 14596
10 Baseline Scenario 447888 14448
11 Credit Writedowns 425723 13733
12 VoxEU 384555 12405
13 Market Folly 370827 11962
14 Tax Prof 249271 8041
15 Carl Futia 223355 7205
16 Carpe Diem 179986 5806
17 Triple Pundit 178033 5743
18 Ekonomi Turk (Turkish) 174189 5619
19 Financial Armageddon 169105 5455
20 Overcoming Bias 168764 5444
21 Coyote Blog 162409 5239
22 Half Sigma 156209 5039
23 QandO 154225 4975
24 Angry Economist 123814 3994
25 Angry Bear 116095 3745

22 Responses to “iBC’s Top Finance Blogs of the Internet”

  1. I like it.

  2. […] All of you top finance blog posters can go fuck yourselves. We got our own list now. […]

  3. Kick ass, Fly.

    When the PPT goes viral, you’ll be #1.

  4. Goldbugvariations

    Good to see you’re finally beating “Ekonomi Turk”

  5. If we are missing some bloggers out there, don’t be shy and step forward. We will furnish this list twice per year and I want it to be accurate.

  6. Where is that dipshit Timmah, or does this list only include solvent bloggers?

    __

  7. Well done man! You’ll own them in no time.

  8. I’m amazed that Denninger is so far up the list (Market Ticker).

  9. I thought all these stats were already publicly available? No surprise on all-hat, 12 readers Slope-boy holding out.

    ___

  10. Exactly–I agree. I contacted them and didn’t like how they reacted.

  11. Good idea, don’t think I’ve seen anyone ever rank it by page views before. If you’re looking to rank other sites I would assume a lot of them are using tracking services and might be able to be quantified publicly via Alexa, Compete, Quantcast, Sitemeter or one of those third party services. Interesting to put things in perspective, cheers.

    Jay
    @marketfolly

    • Thanks for stopping by, Jay. You run a terrific site. I wish everyone used sitemeter like you do, but some of the sites not on the above list are very secretive about their traffic.

  12. […] I call it) coming in the S&P 500. “The Big Picture” blog, currently ranked #2 on iBankCoin’s list of the top finance blogs on the internet, has some great work out today–taken from another blog–on the historical statistics […]

  13. I visited all of them. They are the best. List could be expanded to 100.

  14. Where the HELL is ZEROHEDGE ?

  15. […] Thus, they, as well as others who keep their reader stats private, were not included on this list. Click here to see the previous […]

Comments are closed.