Here are trading professionals, market wizards and millionaires, that are on Twitter and share trading information with their followers. These are real-deal traders that can add incredible value to your tweet stream. Many of these even appear in some of Jack Schwagers Market Wizard books. I have found great value in following all of these traders.
If you’re not successful, you’re doing something wrong. Don’t just keep doing the same thing over and over; study where you’re going wrong.
— Mark Minervini (@markminervini) March 31, 2016
I never could get Jim Simons to agree to interview, but TED talks did. Short but good.https://t.co/kp22Jp48eM — jack schwager (@jackschwager) November 6, 2015
Let the market inform one’s opinion and avoid imposing one’s opinion upon the market. Being open minded is a “MUST” quality for a trader.
— Peter Brandt (@PeterLBrandt) March 31, 2016
Still riding this pattern which is bullish as long as it holds $SPX $SPY $ES_F https://t.co/sA9GTWYicT — Dan Zanger (@DanZanger) March 31, 2016
“The correct side of various trends and biases isn’t crowded. Human nature is the market trend that never ends.”https://t.co/XBAcsUZuPM
— Jerry (@rjparkerjr09) March 29, 2016
funny-got a tweet from someone saying they “liked” my shorting the $ in “Mar 2009”. guess I shuld have tweeted that I covered in Oct 2009. — Linda Raschke (@LindaRaschke) March 2, 2016
#Bollinger‘s new video teaches eSignal 12 users his charting style and how to identify market trends https://t.co/cdQS7ya5Uk @eSignalChannel
— John Bollinger (@bbands) March 31, 2016
Why traders fall into bad habits and a fresh look at buying vs. selling pressure: https://t.co/v86dC7CzOD $STUDY @NewTraderU $SPY $ES_F — Brett Steenbarger (@steenbab) March 30, 2016
Does the following make sense to you because it’s one of the most important things that we teach in our systems… https://t.co/cTwhx8lfVc
— Van Tharp (@vantharp) November 28, 2015