I am very picky about who I follow on twitter. I am always looking for the best of the best for quality education, honesty, trades, and entertainment. I have looked, followed, un-followed, and re-followed for years to come up with this of traders that I truly enjoy following and find great value in them. Of course these are traders that fit my trading personality and mind set. This is a great list to check out and see who may fit into your own trading world. I have embedded some of their recent tweets so you can click through to find them and follow them if you are interested.
Using a trading process accounting for psychology, technical analysis & risk management: http://t.co/pSIv3wyEKH
— Northy (@NorthmanTrader) April 22, 2014
From my experience, the best rallies start by short covering which fuels a powerful rally, then the crowd piles on later as rally matures
— traderstewie (@traderstewie) October 8, 2014
— Mah Bizzle (@bluser12) September 18, 2014
Buy when there's blood in the streets. Are investors bleeding yet, that is the question. Or do we need to see some more pain first?
— Options TradingIQ (@OptiontradinIQ) October 9, 2014
"A mistake is when you don't follow your rules. If you don't have rules in trading, everything you do is a mistake." @vantharp
— Trading Proverbs (@tradingproverbs) October 5, 2014
Anything that gaps up today, just wait a tad.. 🙂
— Jerremy Newsome (@newsomenuggets) October 9, 2014
Likely a move to once again shake out the weak hands.
— TakingStock614 (@takingstock614) October 9, 2014
Re prior % of Stks in Positive Trends post: we're still over 50% in even the weakest area of the mkt – Small Caps. LT mkt still very strong
— JeffBSF (@MPortfolios) October 9, 2014
— Matthew Smith (@MomentumCapital) October 6, 2014
— Brett Steenbarger (@steenbab) October 9, 2014
— See It Market (@seeitmarket) October 9, 2014
Show me an investor with strong opinions and I'll bet those are accompanied by weak returns.
— Irrelevant Investor (@michaelbatnick) October 9, 2014
— ProfiTube (@ProfiTube) October 9, 2014
— Kora Reddy (@paststat) October 9, 2014
Hello class. Today's word is non-correlation. Please apply in a sentence also using the word portfolio.
— Markham Gross (@MarkhamGross) October 6, 2014
For new followers…I have a link on my header with current positions along w/charts. Also have closed out trades at bottom of sheet. Enjoy!
— Al Sabogal (@alsabogal) August 22, 2014
— Systematicfx (@Systematicfx) October 2, 2014
Noticing some extreme levels of fear.
— Joseph Fahmy (@jfahmy) October 9, 2014
That's some volatility coming back into $SPY – Looks like could head lower now to test MA200 slightly under 190.
— △ (@mnycx) October 9, 2014
Wow! More volatility. DIRECTION STILL DOWN. FULL HEDGES ON. Enjoy the ride.
— Tom Basso (@basso_tom) October 9, 2014
— TradingMemes (@tradingmemes) October 4, 2014
$ES at .786 line in sand. o the humanity …
— Alan Farley (@msttrader) October 9, 2014
— LM_Tentarelli (@LMTentarelli) October 3, 2014
— Dario Mofardin (@Trader_Mars) October 8, 2014
Bonds *might* get one more dip lower in yields, but that would be the bottom. Fixed Income risk/reward is worse than $SPX.
— Mike Valletutti, CTA (@marketmodel) August 27, 2014
— Trading Cards (@TraderHMS) October 8, 2014
"Surprises" aren't a 50/50 proposition, they tend to occur in the direction of the dominant trend as defined by 200-day SMA (for example).
— Trade Like a Casino (@TradeLikeCasino) September 4, 2014
Blog post for our gang, i thought i would share with you. Choo choo 🙂 http://t.co/jrZ6Gxh493
— Mella (@Mella_TA) October 9, 2014
— Andrew Rocco (@AndrewRocco1) October 9, 2014
Good rule of thumb… when we don't know what to do or are seeing conflicting evidence…do less…not more…. @pschutte56
— Chris Ciovacco (@CiovaccoCapital) October 9, 2014
Todays best advice was to go jump in the $LAKE
— Rob Smith (@RobInTheBlack) October 9, 2014
"the second you don't respect this it kills you"
— Jon Boorman, CMT (@JBoorman) October 9, 2014
I dont have an all clear signal either way so "when it doubt stay out"
— DK1 (@canuck2usa) October 9, 2014
Find a good bunch of businesses and hold them." @WarrenBuffett Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway owns 75 subsidiary companies…
— Jose Luis Urbina (@urbinarestrepo) October 6, 2014
2-speed market in Australia continues. Small caps at the same level as January 2012 and have rarely been positive… http://t.co/00PKLKOdEX
— The Chartist (@thechartist) October 9, 2014
Oil prices are very very fat tailed. You can expect crazy things. @zekyjr
— Nassim NicholنTaleb (@nntaleb) October 8, 2014
Before putting on a trade, think about the otherside of the trade. What are they seeing? What factors may be working against you?
— Michael Lamothe (@MichaelGLamothe) October 9, 2014
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— Mr. Breakout (@sharptraders) October 9, 2014
DTAYS Archives: Don't Be The Victim http://t.co/EGpOMSGZKg
— Andrew Selby (@DontTalkStocks) October 9, 2014
Books & Trades #215 http://t.co/poJsuWEcPL
— Dr Alexander Elder (@Dr_A_Elder) August 25, 2014
— Scott Redler (@RedDogT3) October 9, 2014
Interview with Barry Ritholtz on Bloomberg Radio. Particularly enjoyed doing this interview. http://t.co/hjgabWwFc0
— jack schwager (@jackschwager) October 6, 2014
lots of strong bounces today. http://t.co/PqX2Qddcyb
— jeff pierce (@zentrader) October 9, 2014
— Jason Freeman (@ChartLearning) October 7, 2014
A market is the combined behavior of thousands of people (including ourselves on Twitter) responding to information, misinformation & whim.
— Angela Zhou (@z8angela) October 8, 2014
Brrrrrrrr. Single digits. pic.twitter.com/o7wdrwHjB1
— Christopher Ebert (@OptionScientist) October 8, 2014
The one trait that all great traders share: DISCIPLINE. You have to have the discipline to follow your system's rules. $SPY
— DarvasTrader.com (@DarvasTrader) October 9, 2014
You really want to see follow though today as large one day gains like yesterday are hallmarks of a bearish markets $$
— Dan Zanger (@DanZanger) October 9, 2014
Fortunes are made and lost for the same timeless reasons. For sure, history will repeat. The only question is: How good a student are you?
— Mark Minervini (@markminervini) October 8, 2014
— Michael Covel (@Covel) October 8, 2014