Skip to comments.Blogger May Have A Past
Posted on 08/21/2009 1:28:31 PM PDT by Cheap_Hessian
A 30-year-old New Yorker who was barred from the securities industry last year may be behind an increasingly popular financial blog known as Zerohedge.com, which is catching flack for its obsession with anonymity.
Daniel Ivandjiiski, whose most recently listed address is on the Upper East Side, was barred last September by the financial industry's self regulatory authority, FINRA, for insider trading.
Ivandjiiski is also suspected of being one of the founders of controversial financial blog Zerohedge.com, sources tell The Post.
Ivandjiiski didn't return requests for comment, but he recently told industry publication Hedge Fund Alert that while he writes for Zerohedge, he's not a founder.
"He denied that he was a founder. He said he was just a contributor," Hedge Fund Alert Managing Editor Howard Kapiloff told The Post.
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He must have been pretty bad for FINRA to ban him.
Isn’t FINRA legit? Are they not that good at watching their own? I thought they were....
We are ZeroHedge! I love the site.
Well it looks like FINRA smacked down on this clown. Generally they do an okay job. They sure missed Bernie as he was on their board of directors.
The problem is hedge funds are mega manipulators, they are regulated by no one and own Congress.
The first rule of zerohedge.com is: you do not talk about zerohedge.com.