If you’re a trader (or an aspiring trader) and you’re not on Twitter, you’re seriously missing out.
[Tweet “3 Twitter Threads That Will Make You Think”]
Twitter is a very popular tool among traders since it helps them further their growth by
- Connecting them with more experienced traders.
- Allowing them to get instant news or research trade ideas. It also allows them to share their own.
- Helping them develop friendships/ build connections.
- Heping them build their presence.
Twitter is really an open book. And it is simple to use, fast, and responsive.
By its character limit, Twitter forces you to get to the point – and fast! Which is the best thing about this platform.
A few months ago, Twitter introduced a new and important feature called Twitter Thread. Essentially, a Twitter thread is a series of connected Tweets from one person, which allows one to easily break the platform’s 240 character limit while still encouraging efficiency and conciseness.
Needless to say, I’m increasingly liking this feature. Sometimes I find it hard to make sense in 240 characters, but this feature now allows me to better express my thoughts, thereby twitting more meaningful insights.
Here are three threads I recently tweeted out that I think are worth sharing again here.
[I’ve used Thread Reader App, a bot that unrolls Twitter threats and turns them into posts that allow an easier read of the whole story.]
The role of self-knowledge in discretionary trading
Sleep: The most underrated psychological edge
Thoughts on self-employment
For more, here are 40 solid tweets for traders.
So Twitter can be one hell of a learning tool if used the right way.
If you’re not following me on there yet, here’s what my stream is about —
- I don’t share charts, news, or personal predictions to confuse you.
- My tweets are psychology-related and are carefully curated and sent out at specific times of the day to help keep you level-headed, inspired, and focused on your trading process.
- I challenge your way of thinking with compelling insights. But you should keep in mind that I do not aim at making people agree with me. I aim to make people think.
- My tweets aren’t some unquestionable ideas for everyone to take at face value. They’re ideas that you should test in the laboratory of your own life.
- I also use the platform to answer questions, invite conversation, and retweet what’s helpful.
So what are you waiting for?
My handle is @yvanbyeajee. Come say hi 🙂