Twitter for Finance Leads

25 Jan: Monitor Stocks on Twitter

If you get just ONE great trading insight from using Twilert to monitor stocks on Twitter, the tool pays for itself for years to come Benjamin Brown – Director of Growth, Twilert We’ve all used Twitter at some point. The breadth of conversations and topics that are possible to discuss publicly are so massive, it can be overwhelming. You can follow other influential traders, follow the accounts of the companies you track or follow $ hashtags for your chosen stock ticker. However, just doing these type of basic actions does not leverage the full scope of Twitter’s utility for stock traders. Twitter has become a valuable tool in many trader’s…

24 Jan: Twitter Alerts for Credit Card Leads on Twitter

If you get only ONE SINGLE credit card lead from Twitter from using a tool like TWILERT, it will pay for itself for years to come. Benjamin Brown – Director of Growth, Twilert Twitter is a worldwide tool used for real-time communication and expression. Like Facebook updates, Twitter has centered around “What’s Going On” in singular sentence form. Hundreds of millions of individuals, businesses, and governments use Twitter for a myriad of reasons. One valuable tool for financial entities is the ability to search and monitor twitter conversation for potential credit card leads. Search Twitter for Credit Card Leads Searching for Twitter is a fairly straightforward manual process. You’ll want…

24 Jan: Monitor Twitter for SEC Updates

Staying in-the-Loop with the Securities and Exchange Commission on Twitter The SEC is the federal agency responsible for protecting investors and keeping order in markets. All of the national securities exchanges, like the New York Stock Exchange, Chicago Stock Exchange, or Cboe Exchange, are registered with the SEC. The SEC protects investors, maintains fair, orderly, and efficient markets, and facilitates capital formation. This is according to their own twitter page. We all know they are the watchdog in the room. Their decisions on regulation and listings affect all the major markets and all the major players. Last year was no exception, as the emergent Blockchain industry sought advice from regulators about how to…