Here are ten of the best stock traders I have followed on Twitter over the past decade. I think these accounts are a great place to start for new traders to Twitter or if you just want to follow and interactive with experienced traders that are good at what they do.
Two rules that have served me well throughout the years.
1. Have high standards for stock selection.
2. If you can’t find any stocks that meet your standards, don’t trade.
Never lower your standards in marriage, business partners, friends. Winners don’t settle. Be a winner.
— Stock Market Mentor, LLC (@DanFitzpatrick) June 10, 2019
Your job as a trader is to wait for the best opportunities. Money is made stalking and sitting not being active & forcing a new trade each day.
— Dan Zanger (@DanZanger) July 4, 2019
Stocks mixed, but gold and silver making new highs. Lots of movement in commodity markets. Love the diversification! Staying cool in AZ, moving the stops and enjoying the ride after a wonderful vacation in Park City, UT! ETR!
— Tom Basso (@basso_tom) August 4, 2020
When you evolve to the point of always being patient and only taking quality trades, that means you’ve decided that you’re not in it for action, but to make money. You have “sit out power.” You never force trades. You’re a pro.
— Mark Minervini (@markminervini) March 30, 2020
If you are newer to the markets, keep in mind this pattern ALWAYS unfolds. Not sometimes. Always. Tip: On the daily chart if a stock is above its 21 EMA, buy the dip. If it closes below, sell the rip. $SPX $VIX $TSLA $AAPL $SHOP $NFLX pic.twitter.com/HcVSMcTYad
— John F. Carter (@johnfcarter) June 14, 2020
Technical analysis is not about prediction, indeed TA has about a 50/50 outcome. What TA does offer however, is a concrete structure around which to enter positions, control risk and manage trades.
— The Chartist (@thechartist) June 12, 2019
I’m just a Man, with lots of screens! https://t.co/Zn6agBUbsW
— Rob Smith (@RobInTheBlack) August 11, 2020
I have made my living since 1975 trading futures markets using charts
My conclusion on chart trading:
1. Charts do NOT predict prices
2. Most chart patterns fail
3. Charts simply tell us where a market
4. The only value in charts is for trade/risk management
— Peter Brandt (@PeterLBrandt) February 12, 2020
— Patrick Walker (@PatrickWalker56) July 5, 2020
Why is it that people that take four years to get an undergraduate degree think they can master trading during a weekend seminar?
— Peter Robbins (@prrobbins) November 16, 2018