15 Best Finance Tweets of the Month: June

I am honored to be included in Katie Rass' (ThinkAdvisor) monthly feature of 15 Best Finance Tweets for the month of June. Here is an excerpt:

The tantrum over Fed tapering and other events that lit up the Twitterverse this past month ... NSA, are you reading this?

By Katie Rass July 8, 2013
(Photo: AP)

The Twitterverse exploded in a ball of snark and outrage in early June when Edward Snowden leaked the news that the National Security Agency was collecting vast piles of data on ordinary Americans' phone and Internet use. Later, tweeters threw a tantrum over Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke's announcement that the Fed would wind down its quantitative easing program. Meanwhile, the MSCI cut Greece's index from developed to emerging-market status, and gold bugs got jittery.

Click here to link to the complete list of 15 best finance tweets of the month.

 

I am honored to be included in Katie Rass' (ThinkAdvisor) monthly feature of 15 Best Finance Tweets for the month of June. Here is an excerpt:

The tantrum over Fed tapering and other events that lit up the Twitterverse this past month ... NSA, are you reading this?

By Katie Rass July 8, 2013
(Photo: AP)

The Twitterverse exploded in a ball of snark and outrage in early June when Edward Snowden leaked the news that the National Security Agency was collecting vast piles of data on ordinary Americans' phone and Internet use. Later, tweeters threw a tantrum over Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke's announcement that the Fed would wind down its quantitative easing program. Meanwhile, the MSCI cut Greece's index from developed to emerging-market status, and gold bugs got jittery.

Click here to link to the complete list of 15 best finance tweets of the month.

 

 

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