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Bill Ackman, one of the most famous hedge fund managers and founder of Pershing Square Capital, joined twitter last week.

While @billackman1 has yet to tweet, some of his rivals and industry counterparts have been tweeting for a while. 

With huge names like Carl Icahn, Ray Dalio, Lloyd Blankfein, Jeff Gundlach and Ben Bernanke spewing 140-character nuggets, the social network is a platform for serious finance gurus.

Beyond the jabberings of the small-time players, these CEOs, hedge funders, and big players have the power to sway markets in 140 characters, and they often take to Twitter to give their two cents. And it’s smart stuff.

We asked Business Insider journalists to give us their must-follow tweeters for a mix of sharp analysis, killer humor, serious personality, and breakthrough insight.

If you want to see to all their tweets at once, you can follow the full list on Twitter here.

We’re always looking for more smart people to follow, especially voices that tend to be underrepresented in finance. You can send your suggestions to grapier@businessinsider.com

(This is an updated version of last year’s list, written by Lucinda Shen and Linette Lopez, which you can find here.)

Carl Icahn

Twitter: @Carl_C_Icahn

Occupation: Billionaire investor and chairman of Icahn Enterprises.

Why: He’s not super active on Twitter, but he did increase Apple’s market cap by $17 billion with two tweets.

Lloyd Blankfein


Occupation: CEO of Goldman Sachs

Why: A day in the life of a Wall Street executive. 

Ben Bernanke

Handle: @benbernanke

Occupation: Former Fed Chair, distinguished fellows at Brookings Institute.

Why: Since he left his post at the Federal Reserve in 2014, Bernanke has been vocal and opinionated in public about everything from politics to Greek’s debt crisis.

Although it seems like his Twitter account recently hit a lull, we’re hoping it picks up soon.

Kit Juckes

Handle: @kitjuckes

Occupation:Strategist at Societe Generale, based in London.

Why: He’s one of the highest-level strategists at the French bank, but he’s casual on Twitter. He engages other finance folks and keeps the conversation going.

Jeffrey Gundlach

Handle: @TruthGundlach

Occupation: Founder of DoubleLine Capital LP, an investment firm.

Why: Barron’s hails Gundlach as “the new bond king.” As expected, he tweets about bonds. A lot.

Mohamed El-Erian

Handle: @elerianm

Occupation: Chief Economic Adviser, Allianz. Chair of Pres. Obama’s Global Development Council. Author, NYT/WSJ bestseller When Markets Collide.

Why: The former CEO of PIMCO reacts to economic news on Twitter.

Warren Buffett


Occupation: Chairman and CEO of Berkshire Hathaway

Why: No explanation needed, really. Buffett is one of the most famous (and richest) investors in the world. 

Joe Lavorgna

Handle: @Lavorgnanomics

Occupation: He was, until recently, chief US economist at Deutsche Bank.

Why: He tweets instant reactions to all of the high-frequency economic data. He also tweets out Deutsche Bank research. Very handy.

Peter Tchir

Handle: @TFMkts

Occupation: Founder of TF Market Advisors.

Why: He follows the bond market like a hawk.

John Hempton

John Hempton

Handle: @John_Hempton

Occupation: Hedge fund manager for Bronte Capital.

Why: He has great insight into which businesses work, which don’t, and how the market and its actors will get it wrong.

Paul Kedrosky

Handle: @pkedrosky

Occupation: Venture capitalist, entrepreneur, Bloomberg contributor.

Why: Besides being a smart investor, this guy has a great eye for stories that will make you laugh.

Eddy Elfenbein

Handle: @EddyElfenbein

Occupation: Blogger/investor.

Why: Elfenbein has smart, simple, direct commentary on stocks.

Bond Vigilantes

Handle: @BondVigilantes

Occupation: M&G’s retail bond team.

Why: Their tweets are incredibly detailed and provide analysis of the European bond market.

Barry Ritholtz

Handle: @ritholtz

Occupation: Author, columnist, stock analyst, and frequent Bloomberg guest.

Why: Witty, sardonic commentary on markets and the financial industry.

Aurelija Augulyte

Handle: @auaurelija

Occupation: Macro strategist that specializes in FX markets.

Why: Based out of Denmark, she’s a great follow for Europe and currency news and developments.

Ralph Acampora

Handle: @Ralph_Acampora

Occupation: Teacher at the New York Institute of Finance.

Why: If you’re into technical analysis, this guy was one of the first to do it.

David Schawel

Handle: @DavidSchawel

Occupation: Fixed income portfolio manager.

Why: Schawel is one of the few CFA charterholders on Twitter. He offers sharp insights into interest rates, inflation, and monetary policy.

The Skeptic

Handle: @TheSkeptic21


Why: His tweets on Bill Ackman’s infamous Herbalife short were so good that the media raced to uncover his identity.

Howard Lindzon

Handle: @howardlindzon

Occupation: Cofounder of StockTwits.

Why: He takes the pulse of what a lot of traders are talking about.

Conor Sen

Handle: @conorsen

Occupation: Blogger, portfolio manager, self-proclaimed “data junkie”.

Why: Great stat guy — population stats, retail… you name it.

Dan Nathan

Handle: @RiskReversal

Occupation: RiskReversal.com editor, CNBC contributor.

Why: Merrill/SAC Capital vet and options market whiz kid.


Handle: @IvanTheK

Occupation: Former investment banker. He may have been a trader. 

Why: Always online, flooding Twitter with puns about whatever’s going on in finance, especially as covered by CNBC and Bloomberg.

Joshua Brown

Joshua Brown

Handle: @ReformedBroker

Occupation: Financial advisor, blogger, and CNBC contributor.

Why: Josh Brown’s Twitter feed is funny and smart, like the man himself.


Handle: @WallStCynic

Occupation: Cynicism and skepticism.

Why: Tweets about everything from markets, venture capital, the White House and The Office

Interest Arb

Handle: @InterestArb

Occupation: Fixed Income arbitrage trader.

Why: If he sees it in the market, you’ll see it on his Twitter feed.

Mark Dow

Mark Dow

Handle: @mark_dow

Occupation: Hedge fund manager/economist.

Why: Mark Dow is an active trader who brings awesome global macro insights to Twitter. Sporting experience as an economist at both the US Treasury Department and the International Monetary Fund, you won’t want to miss what he has to say.

Meb Faber

Handle: @mebfaber

Occupation: Researcher and trader.

Why: Knows tonnes about the stock market in terms of valuations, dividends and asset allocation.

The St. Louis Fed

Handle: @stlouisfed

Occupation: The official account of the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis.

Why: Far and away the best Tweeter of all the Feds, and you know how clutch that is.

Eric Jackson

Handle: @ericjackson

Occupation: Hedge fund manager, CEO of EMJ Capital. 

Why: Great insight on tech and China.

Brian M. Lucey

Handle: @brianmlucey

Occupation: Finance professor.

Why: A great way to stay on top of what’s going on in the UK and Ireland.

Frederik Ducrozet


Occupation: Senior economist for Pictet Wealth Management

Why: He provides live commentary and analysis on events in the eurozone. Sometimes he’ll tweet out his research notes.

Muddy Waters Research

Handle: @muddywatersre

Occupation: Research firm focused on the short side.

Why: Short seller Carson Block’s research firm is on Twitter sending out updates, research and insight.

Guillermo Roditi Dominguez


Occupation: Portfolio Manager at New River Investments.

Why: He’s good with all kinds of bonds.

John Kiff

Handle: @kiffmeister

Occupation: Senior financial sector expert, International Monetary Fund.

Why: IMF expert with insights on all things the financial sector.

Ed Bradford

Handle: @Fullcarry

Occupation: Government bond trader.

Why: He’s a veteran in the industry.

Matt Busigin

Handle: @mbusigin

Occupation: CIO at Hover Networks, and PM at New River Investments.

Why: Self-described “amateur economist and investor” but nothing about his knowledge is amateurish. Makes solid charts.

Patrick Chovanec

Handle: @prchovanec

Occupation: Managing Director, Chief Strategist at Silvercrest Asset Management.

Why: He’s a former professor at Tsinghua University and has offered critical on the ground insight on China for years. He recently moved back to the US but is still the go-to for analysis on China’s economy.

Aswath Damodaran

Handle: @AswathDamodaran

Occupation: NYU Stern School of Business professor.

Why: Professor Damodaran is known for his genius valuations. Catch some of that insight outside the classroom.

Ryan Detrick

Handle: @RyanDetrick

Occupation: Portfolio manager and market strategist, Yahoo finance contributor.

Why: This account is for traders. Detrick tweets fast and furiously about how the market is doing and where traders are going.

Urban Carmel

Handle: @ukarlewitz

Occupation: Industry vet at UBS.

Why: Tweets out a lot of charts and research. A vet of McKinsey and UBS.  His profile includes, “Blocked by Zero Hedge since 2010,” which means he gets it.


Megan Greene

Handle: @economistmeg

Occupation: Chief economist at Manulife and John Hancock Asset Management.

Why: London-based with a deep knowledge or European economies. A senior fellow at the Atlantic Council.

Danny Blanchflower

Handle: @D_Blanchflower

Occupation: Economist/Dartmouth professor.

Why: He’s a former member of the Bank of England’s MPC and very critical of the current UK government.

Zero Hedge

Handle: @zerohedge

Occupation: Blogger.

Why: Zero Hedge writes on the darker, more conspiracy theory side of finance, but this Twitter account is super fast and never stops.

Nick Firoozye

Handle: @firoozye

Occupation: Managing Director at Nomura.

Why: Nomura macro guru; finalist for Wolfson prize on best solution to breakup the Euro.

Steven Spencer

Handle: @sspencer_smb

Occupation: NYC based prop trader at SMB Capital Management.

Why: A good combination of taking the small picture of what’s going on with day to day big story equity moves, and then putting it in context with the wider market.

Joseph Fahmy

Handle: @jfahmy

Occupation: Managing Director at Zor Capital LLC, an NYC based investment management firm.

Why: Fahmy’s trading strategy marries fundamental analysis of equities with solid technical knowledge of the market and it shows on his Twitter feed.

Bespoke Investment Group

Handle: @bespokeinvest

Occupation: Twitter feed for Bespoke Investment Group – Financial Research and Money Management.

Why: Research, charts, the whole nine yards.

Wu Tang Financial

Handle: @wu_tang_finance

Occupation: Trader.

Why: Market commentary Tweeted out as if ODB himself were on the other end. If you’re into Wu Tang (or laughing) you’ve got to follow this feed.

Elon Musk


Occupation: Founder and CEO of Tesla and SpaceX

Why: While Musk isn’t as traditional of a financier as others on the list, he does like to taunt hedge funds in 140 character bursts. His tweets can make Tesla’s stock price swing wildly. 

Bill Bishop

Handle: @niubi

Occupation: Writer of Sinocism, a newsletter on China.

Why: Relocated to DC after 10 years in Beijing. Has his ear on the ground pulling out the news that really matters in China and putting it in English.

Jared Woodard

Handle: @jaredwoodard

Occupation: Global cross-asset investment strategy at Bank of America Merrill Lynch

Why: Perfect if you want a side of philosophy (he has a PhD) with your options market know-how. His tweets are protected.

Howard Silverblatt

Handle: @hsilverb

Occupation: S&P Dow Jones Indices senior index analyst.

Why: Silverblatt might be the authority on all things related to the S&P 500.

Paul Diggle

Handle: @pauldiggle

Occupation: Economist at Aberdeen Asset Management.

Why: Awesome on US housing.

Toby Nangle

Handle: @toby_n

Occupation: Asset allocation fund manager at Columbia Threadneedle Investments.

Why: London based, super smart, and an economist.

Ian Shepherdson

Handle: @IanShepherdson

Occupation: Chief Economist, Pantheon Macroeconomics.

Why: An econ fact machine and Forbes contributor.

Ian Bremmer

Handle: @ianbremmer

Occupation: Political scientist, president of the Eurasia Group.

Why: Great commentary on all things markets and politics — sometimes he writes poetry.

Michael McDonough

Handle: @M_McDonough

Occupation: Global Head of Economics/Chief Economist at Bloomberg LP. 

Why: Formerly at Deutsche Bank. Expect a ton of cool charts, facts, and a few opinions.

Tom Orlik

Handle: @TomOrlik

Occupation: Bloomberg’s Chief Asia economist. Author of Understanding China’s Economic Indicators.

Why: If you care about Asia, you need to follow this account.

James Pethokoukis

Handle: @JimPethokoukis

Occupation: Blogger at American Enterprise Institute, CNBC contributor, and columnist.

Why: Pethokoukis always provides sharp commentary on the day’s economic events.

Tadas Viskanta

Handle: @abnormalreturns

Occupation: Founder and editor of Abnormal Returns.

Why: Abnormal returns is a smart “forecast-free investment blog”, and one of the oldest ones in the game.

Lorcan Roche Kelly

Handle: @LorcanRK

Occupation: Editor at Bloomberg Markets.

Why: Huge chops on the Euro Zone and ECB, very funny.

Jonathan Krinsky

Handle: @jkrinskyPGA 

Occupation: Chief Market Technician at MKM Partners.

Why: Chart guru who sees patterns everyone needs to see.

Diane Swonk

Handle: @dianeswonk

Occupation: Macroeconomist advising Federal Reserve.

Why: A smart economist that does a solid job with media and attending cool events. Friends with Christine Lagarde.


Gustavo Baratta

Handle: @gusbaratta

Occupation: Trader of Italian government bonds at Banca IMI.

Why: Knows the crucial Italian bond market in and out and tweets it live.

Bureau of Labor Statistics

Handle: @BLS_gov

Occupation: The Bureau of Labor Statistics.

Why: Your source for labor statistics, other than Business Insider.

Cullen Roche

Handle: @cullenroche

Occupation: Investment manager and founder of Orcam Financial Group.

Why: Cullen’s blog has a lot of great insight… and he’s funny.

Paul Theron

Handle: @paul_vestact

Occupation: CEO of Vestact, an equities and asset management firm.

Why: It’s a great way to follow up on publically listed companies as well as major stocks picks from Vestact.



Markit Economics

Handle: @markiteconomics

Occupation: A feed for Markit Senior Economists.

Why: Tons of insight on econ data from all over the world from a crack team of pros.

Erica Blomgren

Handle: @SEK_bonds

Occupation: Fixed Income Strategist at SEB.

Why: No one else covers Scandanavian bonds like she does — which means she’s smart about bonds in general.


Handle: @EU_Eurostat

Occupation: The statistical office of the European Union.

Why: Great source for Eurocrisis stats.

Chris Williamson

Handle: @WilliamsonChris

Occupation: Chief Economist at Markit.

Why: Markit is the firm that produces the world’s PMI reports. He tweets some the best charts with side-by-side comparisons of economic indicators across international borders.

Gabriel Sterne

Handle: @gabrielsterne

Occupation: Economist and analyst at Oxford Economics.

Why: Expert on sovereign debt in emerging and frontier markets, and a must follow during Cyprus crisis.

Tom Brakke

Handle: @researchpuzzler

Occupation: Investment Adviser.

Why: Brakke is always reading about investing and sharing the best tidbits succinctly — then you can read if you’re into it.

Dan Davies

Handle: @dsquareddigest

Occupation: Senior Research Advisor, Frontline Analysts.

Why: Brilliant, not just on finance, but on politics, history, and culture.

Eric Scott Hunsader

Handle: @nanexllc

Occupation: Founded Nanex, created NxCore.

Why: Inscrutable though important and incisive work on the market, especially high-frequency trades.


Handle: @LadyFOHF

Occupation: Former FOHF portfolio manager, corporate credit analyst, and onetime tax accountant-in-training, now a self-professed fund geek, credit nerd, interested in high-net-worth clients, niche assets.

Why: Her twitter feed provides regular hedge fund updates.

Ben Carlson

Handle: @awealthofcs

Occupation: Director of Institutional Asset Management at Ritholtz Wealth Management. Author of a “Wealth of Common Sense.”

Why: Not just smart with breaking news in finance, Carlson offers historical perspectives of market trends.

Bruce Bartlett

Bruce Bartlett

Handle: @BruceBartlett

Occupation: A former domestic adviser to President Ronald Reagan and Treasury official to George H. W. Bush, Bartlett is a historian and economist.

Why: Bartlett looks into all kinds of economic policy with intelligence and quite a bit of humor.

Noah Smith

Handle: @Noahpinion

Occupation: Smith is an assistant professor of finance at Stony Brook University and a freelance writer.

Why: Smart commentary on the economy and current events that are funny and at times snarky. Smith often writes about wealth inequality and trade.

Tsachy Mishal

Handle: @CapitalObserver

Occupation: Portolio Manager at TAM Capital Management. Author of investment blog Capital Observer.

Why: Analysis and insight.

Brattle St. Capital

Handle: @BrattleStCap

Occupation: Anonymous trader.

Why: Breaks down stocks along with charts.

Long Short Trader

Handle: @LongShortTrader

Occupation: Blogger for thelongshorttrader.

Why: Writes about special situation investing, frauds, fads, failures, macro, and other topics.

Jeroen Blokland

Handle: @jsblokland

Occupation: Portfolio manager at Robeco Asset Management.

Why: Charts. Charts. Charts.


Handle: @SoberLook

Occupation: Finance blog on global economy, financial markets, asset management, risk management, derivatives, policy, regulation.

Why: Charts, quotes, and constant updates on everything from brent crude to the VIX.

Stock Cats

Handle: @StockCats

Occupation: Stock Trader, Speculator.

Why: Cats, plus marketplace. It’s the internet on crack.

Joeseph Weisenthal

Handle: @TheStalwart

Occupation: Cohost of “What’d You Miss?” on BloombergTV. Editor at Bloomberg News.

Why: Minute-by-minute updates make this account a must-follow when you’re trying to stay with the market.

Carl Quintanilla

Handle: @carlquintanilla

Occupation: CNBC anchor and former Wall Street Journal writer.

Why: Minute-by-minute update of market movement.

Tom Keene

Handle: @tomkeene

Occupation: Editor-at-Large for Bloomberg Surveillance.

Why: Great collection of finance articles from the internet.

Matthew Boesler

Handle: @boes_

Occupation: Bloomberg News writer.

Why: Covers the Federal Reserve and US economy.

Jennifer Ablan

Handle: @jennablan

Occupation: Editor-in-charge of U.S. Investments at @Reuters 

Why: Not only does she cover all things PIMCO, Ablan also posts constant market updates.

Kadhim Shubber

Handle: @kadhimshubber

Occupation: Reporter for the Financial Times’ Alphaville blog. 

Why: His bio says that he’s trying to quit twitter, but that doesn’t seem to be happening anytime soon. If this list doesn’t suffice, the multitutudes of accounts retweeted by Kadhim will help you find more to follow. 

Matt Levine

Handle: @matt_levine

Occupation: Contributor to the Bloomberg View.

Why: Incisive commentary on the market and economy along with insider looks. Nobody writes like Levine.

Carl Riccadonna

Handle: @Riccanomix

Occupation: Chief US Economist, Bloomberg LP.

Why: Insight into the US economy, dollar, and other benchmark economic data.

Joe Saluzzi

Handle: @JoeSaluzzi

Occupation: Partner, co-founder and co-head of equity trading of Themis Trading LLC and co-author of “Broken Markets — How High Frequency Trading and Predatory Practices on Wall Street are Destroying Investor Confidence.”

Why: Joe is an anti-high frequency trading crusader, and testified in front of Congress this summer. 

Maxime Sbaihi

Handle: @MxSba

Occupation: Bloomberg eurozone economist.

Why: Insight into the eurozone and analysis on how to fix it.

Jamie Murray

Handle: @JMurray804

Occupation: Chief Economist at Bloomberg

Why: Just about every chart you could want on European markets and labor markets, along with links to his analysis. His coverage of the Greek referendum over the summer was vast.

Clifford Asness

Handle: @CliffordAsness

Occupation: Cofounder of AQR Capital Management.

Why: Smart commentary on investing on economics policy.

George Chen

Handle: @george_chen

Occupation: Head of Public Policy at Facebook. Previously Managing Editor at the South China Morning Post.

Why: Well-curated articles and tweets about China, Hong Kong, and the Asian arena. He’s got his boots on the ground in Hong Kong, so it’s a good place to look if you want news about China and dodge the great firewall.

Modest Proposal


Occupation: anonymous investor who tweets. A lot.

Why: Hilarious commentary of both politics and the economy.

Jesse Felder

Handle: @jessefelder

Occupation: Formerly at Bear Stearns, then cofounder of multibillion-dollar hedge fund firm. Now an independent investor and publisher at The Felder Report.

Why: Insight into investment banking news.

Scott Minerd

Handle: @ScottMinerd

Occupation: Global Chief Investment Officer of Guggenheim Partners.

Why: Straightforward tweets on his opinions from equities to the Fed.

Ashraf Laidi

Handle: @epicureandeal

Occupation: An M&A banker and the blogger behind The Epicurean Dealmaker.

Why: He has stopped blogging but continues tweeting with sharp views on finance news as well as culture and politics.

Charlie Robertson

Handle: @rencapman

Occupation: Global chief economist at emerging market-focused investment bank Renaissance Capital.

Why: Great analysis on all things emerging markets.

Alberto Gallo

Handle: @macrocredit

Occupation: Head of Macro Strategies at Algebris Investments and Portfolio Manager for the Algebris Macro Credit Fund

Why: Gallo is a regular on Bloomberg TV and great on all things eurozone economics.

Kevin McPartland

Handle: @kmcpartland

Occupation: Head of market structure and technology research at Greenwich Associates.

Why: McPartland is a market-structure expert and an active tweeter, posting links to the biggest stories in finance.

Komal Sri-Kumar


Occupation: Global Macro Economist, founder of Sri-Kumar Global Strategies Inc. and Senior Fellow at the Milken Institute.

Why: Smart commentary on the macro-economic trends and interest rates combined with frequent updates makes this tweeter a must-follow.

Joe Kunkle


Occupation: Founder of OptionsHawk.com

Why: Joe tweets much of his analysis from his website, as well as price notifications and what to watch. 


Marc Hochstein

Handle: @MarcHochstein

Occuption: Editor in Chief of American Banker

Why: Marc was one of the first journalists to report seriously about blockchain and cryptocurrencies. He tweets sharp analysis about fintech, as well as traditional financial regulation and policy. 

Eric Balchunas

Handle: @Eric Balchunas

Occupation: ETF analyst for Bloomberg Intelligence. 

Why: All the tweets you’ve ever wanted to read (or not) about the booming ETF segment. 

Dakin Campbell

Handle: @dakincampbell

Occupation: Wall Street reporter for Bloomberg News. 

Why: News and analysis of US markets

Sam Ro

Handle: @bySamRo

Occupation: Former Business Insider editor and current managing editor of Yahoo Finance

Why: Financial news and analysis, with the occasional witty joke thrown in.

Bethany McLean

Handle: @bethanymac12

Occupation: Journalist, contributing editor to Vanity Fair, and co-author of several books on business gone wrong

Why: McLean is the expert on business gone wrong, having written at length about the Enron scandal. She has previously written for Slate and Fortune.

Gregg Lemkau


Occupation: ‎Co-Head of Global Investment Banking at Goldman Sachs

Why: A candid look at the life of a GS executive. 

The Long View

Handle: @HayekAndKeynes

Occupation: This former Bridgewater Associates employee runs a $1 billion commodity portfolio

Why: Charts. All the charts. 

Liz Ann Sonders

Handle: @LizAnnSonders

Occupation: Chief Investment Strategist at Charles Schwab

Why: Plenty of charts and stats. Some related to markets, others not. A great source of interesting tidbits.

Russian Market

Handle: @russian_market

Occupation: Switzerland-based financial blogger

Why: While his true identity is unkown, russian_market has been widely recognized as one of the best follows when it comes to decrypting financial news out of Russia. 

Michael Antonelli

Handle: @BullandBaird

Occupation: Equity sales trader at Baird, author of “Bull and Baird,” a market blog exploring market catalysts.

Why: Solid market analysis, stock charts and the occasional delicious food photo/recipe.

Justin Wolfers

Handle: @JustinWolfers

Occupation: University of Michigan professor, NYTimes contributor and senior fellow at the Brookings Institute. 

Why: Tweets about economic policy and current events

Paul Krugman

Handle: @PaulKrugman

Occupation: Nobel Prize-winning economist and New York Times Opinion columnist 

Why: Lengthy but valuable tweetstorms with news and analysis of current events. 


Rob Blackwell

Handle: @ABWashBureau

Occupation: Washington D.C. bureau chief for American Banker

Why: Rob has covered banking policy for 17 years, his keen tweets reflect his experience. 

Binyamin Appelbaum

Handle: @BCAppelbaum

Occupation: Washington correspondent for the New York Times

Why: Tweets about news, politics and economics. 



Matthew Herper

Handle: @matthewherper

Occupation: Forbes reporter covering science and medicine

Why: Everything you need to know about current trends in science and biotech research, funding and news. 

Jason Zweig

Handle: @jasonzweigwsj

Occupation: Wall Street Journal investing columnist

Why: Excellent investment advice and trends

Ray Dalio

Handle: @RayDalio

Occupation: Founder of Bridgewater Associates, the world’s largest hedge fund

Why: A look inside the daily thoughts of the famous hedge fund manager

Holger Zschaepitz

Handle: @Schuldensuehner

Occupation: Senior editor, economic and financial desk, at Germany’s Die Welt newspaper. 

Why: The self-described “market maniac” tweets out daily charts on the market in English. 


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