Max Kieser: On the Edge with Tyler Durden

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In this edition of Max Kieser’s “On the Edge”, he discusses the shenanigans in the financial markets with Tyler Durden of Zero Hedge, a fairly new, but already influential financial blog. Durden writes under the pseudonym of Brad Pitt’s character in the movie Fight Club, subscribing to the “critical importance of anonymity and its role in dissident speech” (via Wall St. Cheat Sheet). The four authors of Zero Hedge are ex-Wall Streeters with over two decades of corporate financial advisory, investing and operational experience.

Kierser’s in-your-face presentation style may not be everybody’s cup of tea, but it certainly makes for thought-provoking viewing material.

Part 1

Part 2

Part 3

Source: YouTube (part 1, part 2 and part 3), August 14, 2009.

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1 comment to Max Kieser: On the Edge with Tyler Durden

  • Ian Nunn

    I’ve seen this kind of interviewing on CNBC.

    An intelligent, thoughtful individual (Roubini, Taleb) is answering a question posed to him and exceeds the limit of a 15 second sound bite. The interviewer, apparently having glazed over after the first 2 seconds, jumps in with another question – usually disconnected from what has gone before.

    To Max Kesier’s credit he didn’t keep asking Tyler Durden for a stock pick when his attention span was exceeded – which was on virtually every question asked.

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