9 Best Twitter Accounts to Invest In: Think Like an Investor

Our list of the best Twitter investment accounts gives you an idea of where we get the latest news, article inspiration, and keep an eye on the ups and downs of the financial markets.

As an investor, it is your responsibility to stay up to date on current events as they happen. Twitter is arguably the most powerful news vehicle we have, as long as it’s used properly. Our list of the best Twitter (NYSE: TWTR) investment accounts gives you an idea of where we get the latest news, article inspiration, and keep an eye on the ups and downs of the financial markets. This is one of the many resources that help us think like investors.
The following list is our own favorite here at MyWallSt and is far from complete. There are many useful accounts that we may have overlooked. Feel free to let us know what we missed!
Best expert analysis: @LizAnnSonders
Knowledge is transmitted from the author to the reader. It’s best to have the most knowledgeable author on your Twitter feed and the head of investment strategy at Charles Schwab, Liz Ann Sonders is just that.

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Best idea: @morganhousel
The author of the Collaborative Fund blog, one of the best investment blogs out there, and one of our favorite authors here at MyWallSt, Morgan Housel has unique insights into the concepts that support the stock market. This is definitely a big picture man.

Best stats: @charliebilello
Charlie Bibello’s research led to some interesting statistics that he publishes regularly. These Twitter accounts are all businesses with a stream of line graphs and historical data. No dog selfies in sight!

Best Twitter Feeds for Earnings Season: @eWhispers
Whispering profits should be your first port of call when the earnings season peaks after three months of hibernation. Their detailed weekly calendar of the most relevant earnings reports on the market is a fantastic way to stay informed.

Best Live Shooter: @profgalloway
Blatant and direct analysis. A very active tweeter, Scott Galloway’s feed is the tone of his own articles, retweets, and views on the current issues plaguing the tech industry. Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg (NASDAQ: FB) has found himself in the Galloway crosshairs on more than one occasion. Keep an eye on your daily hot shots!

Best long-term investors: @emmetlsavage
CEO and co-founder here at MyWallSt, Emmet Savage’s Twitter feed provides insight into successful long-term investors, tracking buys and sells in his own personal portfolio and the thesis behind it, along with regular updates on events here on MyWallSt HQ. You might even hear how he invested in Netflix (NASDAQ: NFLX) when they released the DVD.

Best Course of Action Picker: @TMFJMo
Jason Moser is a senior analyst at Motley Fool. In his own words: “I found stocks that make money and tell the world about them.” What I don’t like about it!

Best Comedian: @awealthofcs
Author of “A Wealth of Common Sense” and host of the podcast of the same name, Ben Carlson’s Twitter feed is the perfect combination of expert investment advice and keen wit.

Best article: @stratechery
Author Ben Thompson publishes his free weekly Stratechery newsletter articles. This is an amazing piece of analysis and research and signing up for a paid service is one of the smartest investments you can make in yourself.
Other stories worthy of honorable mention are: @ritholtz, @michaelbatnick, @TheStalwart, @theinformation , @IBDinvestors.