The Top 10 Financial Tweets For Friday, August 16
There are millions of tweets written every day. Benzinga sifts through the maelstrom of information to find the ten best tweets of the day that are either informative, insightful or just down right comical.
1. Paul R. La Monica
CNNMoney's Paul R. La Monica (@LaMonicaBuzz) tweeted out a rather comical tweet following Joseph A. Bank's (NASDAQ: JOSB) lowered guidance for the second quarter with a funny reference to Tesla (NASDAQ: TSLA).
— Paul R. La Monica (@LaMonicaBuzz) August 16, 2013
2. Jeff York
Jeff York (@mpgtrader) tweeted out to remind traders that today is options expiration. Be careful of odd moves out there ahead of expiry.
— Jeff York (@mpgtrader) August 16, 2013
3. Michael McDonough
Bloomberg's Michael McDonough (@M_McDonough) tweeted out this morning an interesting fact that highlights the continued easing of sovereign stresses in Europe.
*SPAIN-GERMANY SPREAD FALLS BELOW 250 BPS, FIRST TIME SINCE 2011 -Bloomberg
— Michael McDonough (@M_McDonough) August 16, 2013
4. Ed Matts
— Ed Matts (@EdMatts) August 16, 2013
AdmiralRoadCapital (@AdmiralRoadCap) tweeted out a fact that all traders need to keep in mind when trading.
Markets, because they're a human invention are often short term irrational and overly influenced by emotions,, just gotta roll with it
— AdmiralRoadCapital (@AdmiralRoadCap) August 16, 2013
6. Financial Acrobat
Financial Acrobat (@finansakrobat) tweeted out this chart and it's just awesome.
Awesome overview of volatility for the major indices: pic.twitter.com/JXfjzkxTyH
— financial acrobat (@finansakrobat) August 16, 2013
7. Christine Harper
Bloomberg's Christine Harper (@cr_harper) tweeted out an article about SAC Capital which shows the dire straights that the hedge fund is in as it faces a massive legal blow from the government.
— Christine Harper (@cr_harper) August 16, 2013
8. Christopher Vecchio
DailyFX's Christopher Vecchio (@CVecchioFX) tweeted out this morning noting that German Chancellor Angela Merkel is still worried about Greece. Or she could just be trying to win votes ahead of the German elections next month...
German Chancellor Merkel rejects debt cut for Greece; say could bring uncertainty elsewhere in Europe. $EURUSD
— Christopher Vecchio (@CVecchioFX) August 16, 2013
9. Dan Nathan
CNBC Fast Money contributor Dan Nathan (@RiskReversal) tweeted an interesting fact about Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway (NYSE: BRK-B).
— Dan Nathan (@RiskReversal) August 16, 2013
10. Felix Salmon
Reuters' Felix Salmon (@felixsalmon) tweeted out an interesting article from Vogue. Apparently, Yahoo! (NASDAQ: YHOO) CEO Marissa Meyer did a photo shoot for the magazine about what she wears to work everyday.
What Would Marissa Mayer Wear to the office? Monday: a $4,900 Balenciaga floral jacquard full-skirt dress. http://t.co/bTHMifG6Xr
— felix salmon (@felixsalmon) August 16, 2013
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