I think most libertarians are more unto-themselves, 'do-it-on-your-own' independent-worker type people, rather than cabalistic rich CEO guys.

I don't think you don't become a billionaire CEO with an iron fist on the governmental functioning with a liberty-first philosophy. You don't get to that position without having a knack for nepotistic connection-making & power-brokering & etc (mostly just being a liar).

I've always understood that libertarians were against the Wall St. fuckers, as their "too-big-to-fail" capitalistic empire was actually effected by a decade-plus collaboration with the federal government (i.e., not capitalistic).