The wildly different response to Ebola betw mathematicians & psychologists/journalists exposes the gap between rigorous and verbalistic.
— Nassim NicholنTaleb (@nntaleb) October 24, 2014
All bad news is good news, if bulls can’t exceed yesterdays highs with Ebola, Euro banks, oil tanking & $AMZN crushed what will it take? 😉
— Northy (@NorthmanTrader) October 24, 2014
@SJosephBurns @marketmodel @SquawkCNBC Or the impact of requiring earnings.
— Doug Counce (@councetx) October 24, 2014
@SJosephBurns All #Futures go #Green prior to open as #CNN #CNBC coverage of #Ebola goes from completely irresponsible to pathetic
— David Elsley (@Elsley_David) October 24, 2014
@GregGuenthner Thanks Greg but i’ll unfollow you if I don’t get at least 10 new followers.
— Irrelevant Investor (@michaelbatnick) October 24, 2014
Tell Putin to STFU. We have #Ebola to worry about today.
— Alan Farley (@msttrader) October 24, 2014
Increase your trading performance in 1 minute: stop freaking out about ebola on twitter during your trading sessions
— Tradeciety – Rolf (@Tradeciety) October 24, 2014
On my way into Penn Station now – how much Purell is too much to put into your coffee? Thx
— Downtown Josh Brown (@ReformedBroker) October 24, 2014
Stairs up, ebolavator down.
— Irrelevant Investor (@michaelbatnick) October 23, 2014
@SJosephBurns Aye. Let’s see if it gets decapitated! 🙂
— Riskwise Management (@Riskwise99) October 23, 2014
@GregGuenthner @JBoorman Perma-frost, when you freeze up and can’t manage a losing trade. Prob nobody on twitter tho.
— Thomas Bruni (@BruniCharting) October 23, 2014