1 Seekingalpha.com TR: 2,734 (3,859 links from 683 blogs) A: 5,161
2 bigpicture.typepad.com/ TR: (10,321 links from 3,897 blogs) 18,500
3 BloggingStocks.com TR: 595 (55,276 links from 1,558 blogs) A: 18,588
4 TheKirkReport.com TR: 114,529 (99 links from 32 blogs) A: 72,680
5 www.fatpitchfinancials.com/ TR: 18,407 (838 links from 177 blogs) A: 86,000
6 TraderMike.net TR: 6,891 (2,542 links from 377 blogs) A: 88,325
7 www.theessentialsoftrading.com/Blog TR: Unk A: 92,487
8 247wallst.blogspot.com TR: 19,067 (3,381 links from 170 blogs) A: 100,000
9 22dollars.com TR: 227,372 (82 links from 17 blogs) A: 123260
10 www.howardlindzon.com/ TR: Unk A: 151,800
11 valueinvestingnews.com/ TR: 114,529 (352 links from 32 blogs) A: 190,351
12 www.brettsteenbarger.com/weblog.htm TR:97,528 (328 lnks fm 37 blgs)A:193,425
13 investorgeeks.com/ TR: 27,742 (411 links from 118 blogs) A: 210,000
14 tickersense.typepad.com/ TR: 45,277 (563 links from 74 blogs) A: 223,322
15 BillCara.com TR: 15,637 (840 links from 201 blogs) A: 226,231
16 antandsons.com/wordonthestreet.html TR: 703,564 (10 links from 5 blogs)A:249,040
17 www.informationarbitrage.com. TR: 22,429 (452 links from 148 blogs) A: 249,136
18 Footnoted.org TR: 12,952 (792 links from 243 blogs) A: 250,000
19 jeffmatthewsisnotmakingthisup.blogspot.com/ TR: Unk A: 253,941
20 www.maddmoney.blogspot.com/ TR: 100,673 (62 links from 36 blogs) A: 254,062
21 blog.fallondpicks.com/ TR: 103,872 (147 links from 35 blogs) A: 258,565
22 Gannononinvesting.com TR: Unk A: 258,880
23 randomroger.blogspot.com/ TR: 24,590 (891 links from 133 blogs) A: 281,838
24 stockmarketbeat.com/blog1/ TR: 41,307 (2,342 links from 81 blogs) A: 283,368
25 www.nyquistcapital.com/ TR: 59,891 (224 links from 58 blogs) A: 294,395
26 Maoxian.com TR: 29,668 (442 links from 109 blogs) A: 295,000
27 equityinvestmentideas.blogspot.com/ TR:34,494 (839 links from 98 blogs)A:328324
28 www.alphatrends.blogspot.com/ TR: 27,202 (1,801 links from 122 blogs) A: 356,374
29 www.crossingwallstreet.com/links.html TR: Unk A: 358,805
30 www.uglychart.com/ TR: 30,559 (592 links from 109 blogs) A: 444,643
31 www.philstockworld.com TR: 122,861 (86 links from 30 blogs) A: 451,763
32 www.controlledgreed.com/ TR: 44,136 (499 links from 76 blogs) A: 477,099
33 valuediscipline.blogspot.com TR: 63,239 (134 links from 52 blogs) A: 551,821
34 www.underthecounter.net/ TR: 82,809 (153 links from 43 blogs) A: 565,367
35 billakanodoodahs.com TR: 54,399, (272 links from 63 blogs) A: 574,283
36 accountingobserver.com/blog/ TR: 53,230 (87 links from 61 blogs) A: 698,000
37 www.thestalwart.com/the_stalwart/ TR:52,070 (127 links from 64 blogs) A:698,107
38 peridotcapital.blogspot.com TR: 137,966 (75 links from 27 blogs) A: 878370
39 www.sinletter.com/ablog.aspx TR: 914,044 (5 links from 4 blogs) A: 910,657
40 moderngraham.com TR: 119,719 (1,166 links from 30 blogs) A: 1,061,000
41 theaveragejoeinvestor.blogspot.com/ TR: Unk A: 1,147,942
42 The Ponderings of Woodrow TR:28,703 (345 lnks fm 116 bgs) A:1,227,227
43 www.31contracts.com/ TR: 436,634 (11 links from 9 blogs) A: 1,340,103
44 10qdetective.blogspot.com/ TR: Unk A: 1,389,000
45 valuestockplus.blogspot.com/ TR: Unk A: 1,435,000
46 StockCoach.Blogspot.com TR: 134,163 (200 links from 27 blogs) A: 1,500,000
47 pink-sheets.blogspot.com TR: 240,984 (50 links from 15 blogs) A: 1,700,000
48 ValueBlogReview.blogspot.com TR: 94,177 (142 links from 37 blogs) A: 1,755,680
49 mikesnewsletterinvesting.blogspot.com/ TR:101,288(109 lks fm 35 bgs)A:1,829,000
50 financeandinvestments.blogspot.com/ TR: Unk A: 1,831,507
Saturday, August 23, 2008
How Much is My Blog Worth
Monday, August 04, 2008
Top Finance Blogs Ranked by Alexa
<p><p><p>VIActin - investment opportunities: Top Finance Blogs Ranked by Alexa</p></p></p>
Tuesday, July 01, 2008
Monday, April 14, 2008
Financial Blogs RSS Feeds
Financial Blogs Aggregated
China's Foreign Reserve Increases Accelerate Despite Yuan Appreciation
DuPont Looks Well Positioned in the Agri-Boom
Cara's Commentary & Community Chat, Fri., Apr. 11, 2008, 8:50am ET
Fast Money Recap, 4/10/08: Retail Charges Ahead (274872)
Deals of the Day: The Love Triangles of Dealmaking (274874)
Probably the funniest thing you will read today...
‘The Undertaker’ Bares His Inner Soul
How to Buy Back Stock: Not “Just Because We Can”
The Most Important Article You Probably Didn’t Read This Week
Blogonomics: Seeking Alpha Plays the Ultimatum Game
Closet Indexing By Mutual Funds: Worse Than We Thought? - Seeking Alpha
Use of brain-boosting drugs reported in survey - CNN.com
SSRN-Sell Side School Ties by Andrea Frazzini, Christopher Malloy, Lauren Cohen
BoE cuts rates, other central banks focus on inflation
BoJ holds interest rates, cuts economic assessment
House prices falling, Greenspan's reputation not far behind
Analysts slow to cut earnings and economic forecasts
Japan looking like the US, US looking like Japan
The Institute for Justice on the Wonderful Congress of 1866
Four at Four: MicroGoogaYahooSpaceExxon
European Corporate Securitization Market Subdued but Stable
Cara's Commentary & Community Chat, Thurs., Apr. 10, 2008, 7:27am ET
iPhone Prices Slashed By As Much As 75% In Germany
A Connection Between IMF Gold Sale Proposals and the Loch Ness Monster?
Eurozone Inflation Expected To Hit a Record 3.4% in March
CORRECTED - ECB Will Hold Rates Steady Despite Overshooting Policy Targets
Asian Economies Will Provide Strong Support for Commodities
SSRN-Investor Inattention and the Underreaction to Stock Recommendations by Roger Loh
IMF Finds Housing Prices Closely Linked to Monetary Policy
Controversy Over the True Financial Value of Higher Education
Monday, March 31, 2008
Financial Blog Search Engine
Here's a pretty smart idea, via Microcaps Speculator: Search over 100 of the top financial blogs at once, without any of the spam blogs (splogs) that clog results on typical blog search engines.
Saturday, March 29, 2008
How to Get Your Comments Banned
Q. What's likely to land me in your bad graces?
A. Since you've asked, here's a nowhere-near-exhaustive list:
1. Spamming. Linkwhoring. Re-posting text you've already posted on a dozen other sites.
2. Making supercilious and unpleasant remarks in a civil liberties thread about how the victim had it coming. This is not to say that victims never have it coming; but there's a species of internet demi-troll that appears to specialize in posting such comments. Try not to look like you're one of them.
3. Making snide comments and insinuations about the editors. That's right out. You don't like one of the editors? Take it up with them in e-mail. If you're going to comment on an entry, talk about the entry.
4. Being nasty to no purpose. (This is the catch-all.)
5. Using unnecessarily exciting language. Making an argument is fine. Making your argument in language guaranteed to make your hearers see red? Bad idea. It practically guarantees that you're going to have a dumb (and therefore boring) argument. And if the argument's not going to be interesting, we don't see the point.
6. Jeering, sneering, condescending, or one-upping when there's been no provocation. Telling people they're naive idiots for caring about whatever-it-is. Like the "I'm bored" pose, it's empty attitudinizing, and it's remarkably unpleasant.
7. Failing to notice that there are other people in the conversation. Posting a remark that's already been made five times and answered six. Coming back and re-posting essentially the same material after a twenty-message thread has discussed your previous comment. Trying to forcibly wrench the conversation onto one of your own pet topics. Posting a stale, canned rant you've posted a dozen times before at other sites. Not coming back to see how others have responded to you.
Why post comments at all, unless you expect to be read? And if you expect to be read, you must know you're part of a conversation. Therefore, you should act like it. Engage with what the other commenters are saying. Read the thread before you add to it.
8. Posting a snotty but otherwise worthless anonymous comment. It's a lot easier to get away with snotty comments if you're a registered user.
9. Dragging in one of those topics that's guaranteed to generate a huge thrash that goes nowhere, like gun control, abortion, or Mac vs. PC vs. Linux. You're only allowed to discuss those if (a.) they're relevant to the entry; and (b.) everyone in the discussion is doing their level best to say something new.
10. This list will undoubtedly get longer.
Monday, February 04, 2008
Influence Ripples + Tipping Points
He created this after reading Clive Thompson's "Un-Tipping Point."
David's supposition? While the Tipping point may be an overstatement, there are many different levels of influencers -- A-listers, Mainstream Media, ordinary bloggers -- but each can influence the other, as well as the general public.
Saturday, November 03, 2007
The best blogs about Google
Rex Sorgatz of Fimoculous, answers the question: Among the scores of sites devoted to Google-watching, sympathetic and skeptical, which are the best?
Google Operating System
By far the most comprehensive destination for all-things-Google, this site consistently reads between the lines of the press releases, teases out hidden features, and scoops tech reporters without even trying. The name derives from the notion that the operating system as we know it is dying–and moving online.
Taking a slightly more newsy agenda, Blogscoped tracks new product releases, privacy concerns, and releases from Google competitors.
The Official Google Blog
You might think that Google could be the one company that uses blogging as more than a PR platform. You’d be wrong.
The Google Public Policy Blog
Also penned by Google insiders, this controversial site abandons public relations in favor of lawyerly reflection. Some call it propaganda; others, a transparent way of being a PAC. Either way, it’s an eye into what Google’s lawyers in D.C. are working on.
Google News Blog
As Google tries to figure out where it stands as a content company, this blog from the Google News team shows some of their thinking.
Just Say “No” To Google
This might be the most popular blog of all time that has only one post. Originally an email circulated by Microsoft employees, the site’s solo post posits the pluses and minuses at working at Google versus Microsoft. Although it tilts slightly toward Microsoft in its estimation, it’s still an evenly argued examination of what each company offers its employees.
Google has plenty of problems — privacy concerns, PageRank gamers, and its policy China policy, for starters. Google Watch articulates several of these, but an unsurprisingly backlash-to-the-backlash has sprung up: Google-Watch-Watch.org.
Since leaving Microsoft last year, Robert Scoble’s blog has become considerably more pro-Google and anti-Microsoft. But the archives contain a wealth of “why do I get no respect?” rants.
When you hear this former Weblogs, Inc. founder speak about Google, it’s all about how the robots aren’t winning the battle against the spammers. Looking for a hotel in Paris? Just type in “Paris Hilton” and see what happens. His solution is to put humans back in control by launch Mahalo.com, where actual humans are crafting search result pages, rather than algorithms.
the best blogs about Google
By Steve Perry
October 30, 2007
Wednesday, September 12, 2007
History of Blogging
Wednesday, June 06, 2007
The blogosphere is the most explosive social network you’ll never see. Recent studies suggest that nearly 60 million blogs exist online, and about 175,000 more crop up daily (that’s about 2 every second). Even though the vast majority of blogs are either abandoned or isolated, many bloggers like to link to other Web sites. These links allow analysts to track trends in blogs and identify the most popular topics of data exchange. Social media expert Matthew Hurst recently collected link data for six weeks and produced this plot of the most active and interconnected parts of the blogosphere.
Map: Welcome to the Blogosphere
Charting the network of jocks, gadget hounds, political junkies, and porn aficionados
Discover Magazine, 04.20.2007