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Finding value in Twitter, the service not the stock



March 26, 2015 – Comments (1) | RELATED TICKERS: TWTR


I've always thought that Twitter was lame.  It burns my ears whenever says "hashtag" anything out loud.  Having said that, I recently caved in and started using a Twitter account that I signed up for long ago.  There's a lot of junk out there, but I have to say if you follow the right news and investing outlets Twitter tosses quite a few of interesting, useful articles your way. 

I also like the idea of sharing links to articles that I find interesting or informative with others with a quick comment rather than writing an entire article on a particular subject.  I'm pretty busy throughout the day, so short bursts fit my schedule well.

If you're interested in following me, my Twitter handle is, not surprisingly @TMFDeej.   If anyone has any suggestions about good people / companies to follow on Twitter I'd love to hear them.

Here's a sample of a few of the tweets that I've sent out today:

Capital One analyst sees 20%+ upside in $ARCP Capital One Upgraded American Realty Capital #investing #REIT #arcp

I always like the spinoff of a bad business results in the repricing of the good business thesis. #investing #REIT

FFP S.A. One Of Europe’s Remaining Bargains?

Here's the one word that has every Heinz and Kraft Foods employee terrified                       @businessinsider Bob: Looks like you've been missing a lot of work lately. Peter: I wouldn't say I've been *missing* it, Bob. #classic  

@CNBC Rapid Update: Q1 GDP Tracking falls 0.2% on weak durable goods report to 1.8%. Morgan Stanley at 0.9%,

@Markzandi just 1% Oil in storage rises again.  

Anyhow. It should be an interesting experiment to see if I find value there.   FWIW I definitely do not like Twitter (TWTR) the stock.


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#1) On March 26, 2015 at 10:02 PM, pagliacci100 (51.18) wrote:


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