What is FinTwit?
Global Inflation Rates... pic.twitter.com/idflWfTjnH— Charlie Bilello (@charliebilello) June 10, 2021
We tweet trading ideas, active trades, personal portfolios and well thought out insights about financial securities.
People who can’t predict what’s going to happen next in the stock mkt:— Ben Carlson (@awealthofcs) February 28, 2020
2. Central bankers
3. Trader guy on fintwit
Investors around the world are increasingly using FinTwit to stay abreast of the financial market and make informed investment decisions.
My history with #FAANMGN and the investing lessons they taught me.$FB $AAPL $AMZN $NFLX $MSFT $GOOG $NVDA— Ram Bhupatiraju (@RamBhupatiraju) July 23, 2021
Sharing with some FinTwit friends @TMFJMo @BrianFeroldi @saxena_puru @FromValue @dhaval_kotecha @richard_chu97 @7Innovator @LiviamCapital @investing_city @BahamaBen9 pic.twitter.com/dntjAzFOcW
You can even accidentally stumble upon FinTwit while browsing on Twitter, in other words, it is relatively easy to become a FinTwit user. If you do not have time to sit and go through a ton of information and all the noise on Twitter, you can easily find the FinTwits you need using hashtags or cashtags in the search menu.
Stock ownership increasingly concentrated among small share of population; top 10% of earners owned 87% of all U.S. stocks in 1Q 2020—up from 82.4% in 2009—while bottom 50% owns just a sliver @WSJ @federalreserve pic.twitter.com/HpbAVuYOsH— Liz Ann Sonders (@LizAnnSonders) August 24, 2020
Yes, you can turn your feed into an instant news source without leaving Twitter.
How to quickly gain a high overview of any company in just a few short steps:— Anthony Ohayon (@AnthonyOhayon) July 24, 2021
Let's use FinTwit's favorite, $SE!👇
And if you do not want to subscribe to a thousand accounts, all this can be done using the customization of your Lists – a special function of Twitter.
You will have a dedicated and customized Twitter feed absolutely free of charge.
I've love to get some Friday evening Fintwit thinking going so I want to pick your collective brains...— Raoul Pal (@RaoulGMI) November 28, 2020
I'm mulling over The Death of Macro. Let me explain..
You must always remember that you should not completely trust and rely on information from Twitter. It can only guide you to understand and assess the situation in the market, you should always make financial decisions with a cool head.
My brother in law is a social worker working with neglected kids and just told me: "All behavior makes sense with enough information."— Morgan Housel (@morganhousel) July 26, 2021
People do crazy things because it makes sense to them even if it doesn't make sense to us.
Applies to lots of things.
If you’re new to investing or a seasoned trader who just wants to listen to what others in the space are saying, head over to FinTwit and have your eyes opened to how much free information there is available right at your fingertips.
FinTwit is an exceptionally active global community , with leading hedge fund managers and investment students engaging online on key topics and learning along the way.
I tell my students in my Investments class to get on twitter for all the great FinTwit content.Few do it.For those that did, the answer to Question #22 on the Final Exam tomorrow is B.Good luck on the rest— Greg Harmon (@harmongreg) April 29, 2020