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18 Responses to iBC’s Top Finance Blogs of the Internet
Marginal Revolution? It’s an eco blog. It’s a good one as Tyler Cowan is a damned good economist and should always be read.
Naked Cap and Zero hedge are basically hate sites for the disaffected and unemployed.
Don’t forget Neighbor Fly I have a Finance Blog, although it’s new. It’s called Making Gelt With Steve. So far, I have had three hits this month- Steve,Jr., Mrs.Steve, and Mrs. Fly. Don’t be mad at Mrs. Fly. I think she was just trying to encourage me. My first article was called: Why Ben Shalom Bernanke is not a US citizen and was born in Nigeria as Obama’s Twin Brother.
LOL – you really should get your own Blog.
It should be noted that Zerohedge would be high on the list, but their readers have lost so much money shorting the market that they can no longer afford internet access.
That is impressive. There is no question, also, that IBC improves itself at a fairly solid rate. Its quite a bit better than it was even a year ago when I first read it.
When I grow up, I want to do Ekonomi Turk numbers.
J to the B
When will you go “Macke” on Fast Money? That is the question.
Forget about going “Macke’, how about da Fly just going ‘ON’ Fast Moolah?
yeah, .. I know – ain’t gonna happen.
U B right dere, Brudda. I mean Bubba, as we all B Southern now. True dat.
(Reply to Lysol)
Somehow I missed the cut???
Re” finance” blogs.
Many you list are economic blogs …ibankcoin is probably #1 if you limit to stocks and market which is a subset of” finance”.
What’s with all the attention given to zerohedge? It wasn’t even included on the list. I mean it’s fine if you don’t like the website, but all the comments seem juvenile. Although, I agree iBC doesn’t get the recognition it deserves.
Revealing that you have an ax to grind is revealing weakness.
Information from all sources is useful regardless of the validity of it. Read everything you can read not for a blueprint to money, but to challenge your own conceptions.
Couldn’t disagree more, time is money and information is infinite…I choose carefully what I read consistently…there’s too much noise out there.
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