Tyler Durden

New York Magazine on the Financial Blogosphere

Wall Street’s Digital Underground A few of the more prominent financial bloggers.   Illustrations by Matthew Woodson    The Amiable Skeptic Barry Ritholtz was a pioneer when he launched the Big Picture in 2003 using the beta version of blogging software, Word Press. He’s a levelheaded bear with a knack for seeing through the statistical…

Hot Links: Stiglitz, Whitney, Durden & Mussolini

Hot Links for Weekend Reading… Someone tipped off the Post as to who Tyler Durden is.  Typical attempt to attack the messenger, not the message.  (NYP) Here’s the Zero Hedge response:  (ZeroHedge) What would Mussolini do to fix Italy’s economy?  (LOLFed) My heart is breaking for the slightly less rich Hamptons crowd of the Summer…

Breakfast Links: CIT, Jimmy Carter & The Grapes of Wrath

Stuff I’m Reading this Morning… The exact date that the Chinese stock market will collapse.  (MoneyScience) Stick a fork in CIT Group, 1908-2009.  (Bloomberg) They caught the runaway Credit Sueeeeesse broker, and no, he wasn’t at Le Cirque.  (NYT) Virginia is for Usury.  (LOLFed) JPMorgan smokes their numbers, 28 cents vs 4 cents expected…get ’em…

Who Is Tyler Durden of ZeroHedge?

This guy is a machine. I’m a blogger, and a fairly prolific one, so I know a machine when I see one. “Tyler Durden“, the anonymous blogger who writes ZeroHedge, is writing night and day and breaking huge, market-moving stories left and right. I’m blown away. For the uninitiated, ZeroHedge is a financial blog with…