Twitter is a great place to go for trading information and education. If you are missing out on tweets from super successful traders and investors, you are missing out on money that could be made.
Holger Zschaepitz, who is a senior editor of the Financial Desk of Welt, posts charts each day. It’s great to wake up each day to a snapshot of what’s happening in the global markets.
The next financial crisis could be in forex. https://t.co/tz2aYuR0hD pic.twitter.com/tx4I6cp0NK
— Holger Zschaepitz (@Schuldensuehner) May 24, 2017
A very solid app which teaches Forex trading and constantly updates you about current financial news. The app gets straight to the point by telling you everything you need to know with rich illustrations, that will make forex trading much more interesting for you.
— YES! You can! (@goforexapp) February 7, 2017
As the chief investment strategist of Charles Schwab & Co. Sonders, she tweets out her thoughts about the economy. This is definitely one of the must follow twitter accounts to get a feel for how investment professionals think and act in the markets.
As equity volatility dropped, risk parity funds bought more stocks…if/when it spikes, they’ll sell, likely exacerbating next correction pic.twitter.com/KrPCdVO0kp
— Liz Ann Sonders (@LizAnnSonders) May 24, 2017
Fantastic technical and macro advice from a highly followed investor with nearly 40k followers worldwide.
— Sven Henrich (@NorthmanTrader) May 25, 2017
This account is managed by the managing editor of Yahoo Finance. As you’d expect, his tweets demonstrate useful insights that can notify you of key data events coming up.
Dow futures are up 69 points https://t.co/eTAfCefqJv pic.twitter.com/y1MybJdtxN
— Sam Ro (@bySamRo) May 25, 2017
Erik Fossing Nielsen is the group chief economist at UniCredit. His tweets can provide you with immediate insight into political situations in Europe.
Ouch! Continental Europe: Wake up! https://t.co/uAKS1az0Pt
— Erik Fossing Nielsen (@ErikFossing) May 23, 2017
This account is managed by the investment team of Gavekal Capital. They provide a lot of market updates from their blog and include excellent charts for you to follow.
Is the Bond Market Signaling a Change in Course for the Federal Reserve?: https://t.co/c2bBf4dqgN pic.twitter.com/XsG0hLOMwG
— Knowledge Leaders (@KLCapital) May 16, 2017
Managed by Chris Ciovacco, who is the founder and CEO of Ciovacco Capital Management. He tweets lots about the S&P 500 and provides excellent annotated charts to go with his tweets.
S&P 500, thus far, has not filled the gap between 2381 and 2387. It did have a minor “kiss” retest. $SPX $SPY #Markets #Stocks pic.twitter.com/pcySvJhFgT
— Chris Ciovacco (@CiovaccoCapital) May 24, 2017
Dana Lyons, a partner at J.Lyons Fund Management, manages this account. She provides an informative chart or trend which you can use as great opportunity to make profit.
Lots of new research and trading ideas posted on the site – https://t.co/C1FzzDZPWi feat. @KimbleCharting @JLyonsFundMgmt $SPY $FXI $VIX pic.twitter.com/Qhn56Kokbb
— See It Market (@seeitmarket) May 23, 2017
Nicole Sherrod runs this account. As the managing director of trading at TD Ameritrade, she tweets about top trades, charts on sector performance and other interesting and relevant information. Besides that, she also sneaks in updates on her own life.
Market seems to be responding to unifying tone in Trump speech, though economic details were light. https://t.co/e5VyB4rtnl pic.twitter.com/2MtmGyPGXo
— TDAJJKinahan (@TDAJJKinahan) March 1, 2017
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