March 2006: The site iTulip.com, which
was restarted this week after a three-year hiatus, does not hesitate to
claim credit for accurately predicting that the bubble would pop. It
even got the timing right.
March 2006: Run,
don't walk, to iTulip. In case
you missed it the first time around, iTulip predicted and then
chronicled the dot-com bust with acumen and wit. Now it's back,
skewering hedge funds and other current excesses.
August 2002: Janszen
seems nonchalant about the economic carnage, as if he could have told
you it was coming. Actually,
informative Web site
that never misses a chance to skewer ... modern America's
answer to tulip mania: the
of financial mania."
March 1999: "...the place to
go for a contrary
view of the markets." - Bill Griffeth