Most Shared Financial Blogs 2018

The Most Shared Financial Blogs 2018: ValueWalk, Seeking Alpha, Naked Capitalism, CFA, ZH, Investopedia, ForexLive And More

The most shared financial blogs 2018 list this ifs from months ago but finally got to it – we wanted to thank Druce of his awesome website Streeteye for adding us to the list (although i believe its mostly an algo) its nice seeing more recognition.  Anyway see the full list below and Druce of streeteye explains the methodology here or at the bottom of this post.

 

Q2 hedge fund letters, conference, scoops etc

Most Shared Financial Blogs 2018

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Emphasis is ours

VoxEU
ZeroHedge
FiveThirtyEight
World Economic Forum
Project Syndicate
Brookings
Marginal Revolution
ValueWalk
ForexLive
Seeking Alpha
coindesk
PIIE
Dealbreaker
The Reformed Broker
A Wealth Of Common Sense
Calculated Risk
Bruegel
The Big Picture
mainly macro
CATO Institute
Visual Capitalist
Real Investment Advice
StockTwits
Cointelegraph
Brad DeLong
CityLab
The Irrelevant Investor
American Economic Association
AEI
Washington Center for Equitable Growth
Royal Economic Society
Stumbling and Mumbling
CEPR
The Motley Fool
Alpha Architect
Conversable Economist
Marc to Market
ProMarket
Collaborative Fund
AVC
FN London
The Incidental Economist
EconLog
Investopedia
CFA Institute
Evonomics
Pragmatic Capitalism
Farnam Street
Howard Lindzon
A Dash of Insight
Economist’s View
Benzinga
Econbrowser
Bank Underground
Bespoke
Naked Capitalism
Stratechery
OilPrice.com
Tax Policy Center
Mercatus Center
NIESR
CCN
Economic Policy Institute
globalinequality
Our World in Data
Abnormal Returns
Noahpinion
The Investor’s Field Guide
Breaking Energy
Macro and Other Market Musings
INET
Priceonomics
The Evidence-Based Investor
A Teachable Moment
EconTalk
CBPP
Jason Zweig
Meb Faber
Daily Reckoning
The Grumpy Economist
Centre for European Reform
The Capital Spectator
Slate Star Codex
Points and Figures
Nerd’s Eye View | Kitces.com
Above the Market
Andreessen Horowitz
Greg Mankiw’s Blog
Chris Skinner’s blog
Armstrong Economics
Wolf Street
FEE
Electrek
Of Dollars And Data
Tim Harford
Center For Global Development
Musings on Markets
EconoSpeak
TraderFeed
Niskanen Center
RealClearMarkets
25iq
Prime Economics
Pension Partners
TabbFORUM
Monday Note
Benedict Evans
Calafia Beach Pundit
Markets Media
Money, Banking, and Financial Markets
Tax Foundation
Grist
HumbleDollar
Worthwhile Canadian Initiative
Freakonomics
Trading with The Fly
See It Market
Alt-M
Andrew Gelman
Larry Summers
The Fat Pitch
Disciplined Systematic Global Macro Views
Atlanta Fed macroblog
Mises Institute
My Trading Buddy
Trading Economics
AQR
Continuations by Albert Wenger
On The Economy
Bronte Capital
NewsBTC
Fortune Financial
The Enlightened Economist
Microeconomic Insights
MacroMania
IGM Forum
Flirting with Models
Real-World Economics Review Blog
Credit Writedowns
longandvariable
Hedgopia
Crossing Wall Street
Random Roger
IIF
Supply-Side Liberal
Economic Principals
Gates Notes
Flip Chart Fairy Tales
Mish Talk
Avondale Asset Management
Streetwise Professor
Roger Farmer’s Economic Window
Macro Man
Coppola Comment
The Baseline Scenario
UK In A Changing Europe
Philosophical Economics
Yardeni Research
SIRF
Behavior Gap
Philosophy of Money
Dani Rodrik’s weblog
EconomPic
Stephen Williamson: New Monetarist Economics
The Felder Report
Moneyness
GMO
The Macro Tourist
Oak Tree Capital
bps and pieces
Behavioral Macro
Hussman Funds
Aleph Blog
Carl Icahn
Polemic’s Pains
Quantitative Ease
A Fine Theorem
principlesandinterest
Bason Asset Management
The Brooklyn Investor
LaborEcon
George Magnus
macromom blog
asymco
True Economics
Sinocism

 

About once a year I’ll post the top Twitter accounts to follow. It’s a fun piece of social media analytics, and I’ll try to do it again later this year, after seeing if I can sidestep Twitter’s efforts to cut me off.

One thing I never did before is post the most popular sites shared by the contributor panel

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Finally, at the top of this post is probably what’s of most interest, the 150-odd most shared financial blogs, the raw dump filtered by ‘arbitrarily considered by me to be a financial blog.’

Article by Druce Vertes, CFA – Street Eye

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