May 22, 2012 at 09:00 AM EDT
22 People Who Cover ETFs You Need to Follow on Twitter
The ETF corner of the Twitterverse represents the crossroads of perhaps two of the hottest trends of the past five years. ETFs have burst onto the investing scene as tools for accomplishing a growing range of objectives, while social media has emerged as a tremendously powerful tool for staying up to date on just about everything. For financial advisors and retail investors looking to stay current and further their ETF education, there are a number of great free resources out there. Below are 22 follow-worthy ETF experts, analysts, and issuers; if you sign up to follow these folks, you’ll have no shortage of entertaining, insightful reading. 1. ETFTrends (@ETFtrends) ETFtrends.com was registered as a domain June 19th, 2005 at a time when the ETF industry as a whole had less than $500 billion. The site is the brainchild of Tom Lydon (@tomlydon), a savvy money manager who coordinates the site and his [...] Click here to read the original article on ETFdb.com. Related Posts: No Related Posts
The ETF corner of the Twitterverse represents the crossroads of perhaps two of the hottest trends of the past five years. ETFs have burst onto the investing scene as tools for accomplishing a growing range of objectives, while social media has emerged as a tremendously powerful tool for staying up to date on just about everything. For financial advisors and retail investors looking to stay current and further their ETF education, there are a number of great free resources out there. Below are 22 follow-worthy ETF experts, analysts, and issuers; if you sign up to follow these folks, you’ll have no shortage of entertaining, insightful reading.  1. ETFTrends (@ETFtrends) ETFtrends.com was registered as a domain June 19th, 2005 at a time when the ETF industry as a whole had less than $500 billion. The site is the brainchild of Tom Lydon (@tomlydon), a savvy money manager who coordinates the site and his [...]

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