As an investor, it is your responsibility to stay on top of current events as they happen. Twitter is arguably the most powerful news vehicle we have available to us, if and when it’s used correctly. Our list of the best Twitter (NYSE: TWTR) investing accounts gives you an insight into where we get our breaking news, the inspiration for articles and keep an eye on the ebbs and flows of the financial markets. It is one of the many resources that help us to think like an investor.
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The following list is our own favorites here at MyWallSt and far from exhaustive. There are many useful accounts we may have missed. Feel free to let us know what we’re missing out on!
Knowledge is passed from the writer to the reader. Best to have the most knowledgeable writers in your Twitter feed and chief investment strategist at Charles Schwab, Liz Ann Sonders is just that.
Author of the Collaborative Fund blog, one of the best investing blogs out there, and one of our favorite writers here at MyWallSt, Morgan Housel has a unique view on the concepts which underpin the stock market. He’s definitely a big-picture kind of guy.
Charlie Bilello’s research leads to some fascinating statistics which he posts regularly. This Twitter account is all business with a stream of line charts and historical data. Not a dog selfie in sight!
Best Twitter Feed for Earnings Season: @eWhispers
Earnings Whispers should be your first port of call when earnings season peaks his head out after three months of hibernation. Its detailed weekly calendars of the most pertinent earnings reports in the markets are a fantastic way to stay informed.
Brash, straight-talking analysis. A very active tweeter, Scott Galloway’s feed is a melody of articles, retweets and his own hard-hitting views on the current issues that beleaguer the technology industry. Facebook’s (NASDAQ:FB) Mark Zuckerberg has found himself in Galloway’s crosshairs on more than one occasion. Keep an eye out for his daily hot take!
CEO and co-founder here at MyWallSt, Emmet Savage’s Twitter feed gives an insight into a long-term successful investor, tracking buys and sells in his own personal portfolio and the thesis behind them, along with regular updates of the goings-on here at MyWallSt HQ. You might even get to hear of how he invested in Netflix (NASDAQ:NFLX) when they were posting out DVDs.
Best Stock Picker: @TMFJMo
Jason Moser is a senior analyst at the Motley Fool. In his own words: “I find stocks that make money & tell the world about them.” What’s not to like about that!
Author of “A Wealth of Common Sense” and host of a podcast of the same name, Ben Carlson’s Twitter feed is a perfect blend of expert investing advice and a sharp wit.
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