Twitter is the best place to go to follow the tips and tricks of the trading industry. Your account should already be providing you with the latest news from @LearnCFDs, but to add a few extra quality perceptions to your feed, these experts and traders in the field are a must to follow.
Peter L Brandt has been specialising in the field of classic charter principles in trading since 1980. His professionalism and experience are neatly laid out in his books Trading Commodity Futures with Classical Chart Patterns and Diary of a Professional Commodity Trader. With over three decades of experience, his sound advice is respected by traders across the globe.
With 13 trade books behind his name, Steve Burns has been an active investor in the trade industry for over 20 years. His account is loaded with simple advice for amateur (and experienced) investors, with the aim to guide them through the stock market and help investors reach success.
Chief Economic Advisor for the insurance company Allianz, Mohamed A. El-Erian is a leading voice in the stock market. His account focuses on providing insight into economic issues and how to handle them as traders. He is also the author of When Markets Collide and The Only Game in Town.
Barry Ritholtz is a business broadcaster for his Masters In Business podcast channel, which teaches traders the ins and outs of the business industry. He is also the CIO of RitholtzWealth and a columnist writer for Bloomberg online, and his account consists of links to educational podcasts, the latest economic news and other informative links.
Updating financial news as it is released, Joe Weisenthal is the editor for Bloomberg’s business account and a co-host for the Bloomberg TV show “What’d You Miss?”. He’s one to follow for his tweets about the “latest consumer confidence data” and “ movements in overseas markets”, according to Time magazine.
Jim Cramer is the founder of The Street business news account and a host on the CNBC show “Mad Money”. He provides advice and teaches skills to stock traders looking to be successful. His views and suggestions are openly displayed on his account for all to learn from.
Trader, Technical Analyst and RAF Veteran, Nicola Duke is a commodity derivatives trader focused on explaining and expanding on technical analysis tools in the financial sector and trade industry to manage potential risks. She provides her opinions and knowledge on all the latest trading events as they occur, and how best to deal with them as a trader.
50Pips is a witty yet wise account that gives updates and comments on all the latest news in the industry. The account focuses on the dealings of forex, the stock exchange, commodities and various instruments in the trading world as they change.
Aaron Klein is a stock and real estate investor, also known as the Lucid Trader. His account is a personal journal of his trading habits, decisions and techniques as he trades each day. Not only can followers watch his movements in trading, but they are also encouraged to DM him if they have questions or need advice.
Prof. Steve Hanke is an economist for John Hopkins University and professional FX and commodities trader. His account is a virtual guide to the financial sector for traders and investors, as he shares his views and thoughts on news, as well as his own understandings on various trade issues.