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WSJ’s Top 20 Wealth Management People on Twitter

This was an amazing honor this week, even more thrilling because of how much respect I have for so many others on the list…

From the Wall Street Journal:

Twitter has become an increasingly popular way to share news and analysis. But, for the most part, financial advisers were generally hesitant to step into the popular social network—until now. According to FTI Consulting, FCN +1.47% nearly 40% of financial advisers now tweet to send short messages to their followers. Twitter users increasingly include even those from the wealth advisory sector. Here’s a list of some of the more savvy ones, as compiled by reporters and editors from WSJ.Money.

1. Josh Brown (@reformedbroker) is a financial adviser at Fusion Analytics, an asset management firm. He is the author of “Backstage Wall Street” and runs a top financial blog, The Reformed Broker. He regularly contributes to Forbes, CNBC, The Street.com, Wall Street Journal and other outlets.

Source:

The Best Tweets for Your Money (WSJ)

and here is the entire list on Twitter

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