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Book Title: Social Media Strategies For Investing: How Twitter and Crowdsourcing Tools Can Make You a Smarter Investor|
The author of the book: Brian D. Egger
Edition: Adams Media
Date of issue: November 1st 2014
ISBN 13: 9781440580581
Format files: PDF
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A Game-Changing Approach To Investing in Today's Fast-Paced Market!
"Brian has a great understanding of the social web and financial markets' intersection. I was inspired by Twitter in 2008 and started Stocktwits. Learning how to use the modern social tools to speed up your knowledge and abilities is something this book will help you accomplish." --Howard Lindzon, founder of StockTwits
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My goal in writing this book is to help individuals understand how they can use social media and crowd-sourcing tools to inform their decisions. Messages on Twitter and StockTwits have helped explain large stock moves. Investors can use social media to learn about news before it hits the mainstream media. The best way to enter the fray of the rapidly-evolving and exciting world of social finance is to get acquainted with the free resources available online.
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Read information about the authorBrian D. Egger is the founder and publisher of BreakingCall.com and the author of Social Media Strategies for Investing (Adams Media). He is also a contributing writer for TheStreet.com. Brian was a nationally-ranked stock analyst at Credit Suisse and BMO Capital Markets and has written extensively on a variety of investment-related topics, including the impact of social media on investing. He held four team positions, including two second-place rankings, in Institutional Investor's "All-America Research Team." He was recognized six times as a Wall Street Journal "Best on the Street" analyst.
During a twenty-year career on Wall Street, Brian held positions of increasing responsibility as an equity analyst at Goldman Sachs, Credit Suisse, BMO Capital Markets, and Topeka Capital Markets. He served as Associate Director of Research at BMO and Director of Research at the Institutional Research Group. An experienced lecturer, Brian taught securities analysis to MBA students as an Adjunct Finance Professor at Columbia Business School. He received a BS in Economics from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania and an MBA from the University of Chicago's Booth School of Business.