In January, the stock market nursed a hangover from an exuberant 2013 as Twitter folk remarked on the ups and downs. Meanwhile, advisor-blogger Carl Richards has an app that could benefit plenty of investors, Burt White of LPL shares his favorite cosumer confidence indicator, and PIMCO’s Bill Gross looks to the future as his co-CIO, Mohamed El-Erian, departs.
“I got it right” – research “I got it wrong” – bad luck
— Downtown Josh Brown (@ReformedBroker) January 7, 2014
— Paul Greaves (@greavespg) January 8, 2014
— Carl Richards (@behaviorgap) January 8, 2014
“All time highs” happen… civilization was built on ‘em. No need to stare at it as if it were a unicorn, just keep doing the work.
— Ed Borgato (@EdBorgato) January 15, 2014
Here’s something no one wants to hear: don’t panic…
— Jim Cramer (@jimcramer) January 24, 2014
“We’re overdue for a dip.” “We’re overdue for a dip.” “We’re overdue for a dip.” “We’re overdue for a dip.” OHMYGOD, IT’S CRASHING!!!
— Downtown Josh Brown (@ReformedBroker) January 27, 2014
Don’t just go to any ole’ breakout session. Theyre ALL great but WHICH one WILL benefit your clients. Yes, I said clients #TDAI2014
— Marty Morua (@MartyMorua) January 31, 2014
My fool-proof indicator of consumer strength: how far from #CheesecakeFactory I have to park at the mall. Today was past Sears! Retail is ok
— Burt White (@_BurtWhite) January 26, 2014
WH speechwriter to be fined by FINRA tomorrow. RT @PaulaVasan: “MyRA guarantees a decent return with no risk of losing what you put in.”
— Aaron Klein (@AaronKlein) January 29, 2014
Gross: PIMCO’s fully engaged. Batteries 110% charged. I’m ready to go for another 40 years!
— PIMCO (@PIMCO) January 21, 2014
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