“Donald Trump has indeed already made some of America Great Again,” Maureen Dowd wrote in The New York Times in mid-February. “Just not the aspects he intended.”
One of those aspects, naturally, was Twitter (along with feminism, newspapers, “Saturday Night Live” and a whole host of other American institutions).
Meanwhile, Josh Brown knows who to blame for the Massacre That Wasn’t, Bloomberg reporter Luke Kawa gets biblical and CNN’s Brian Stelter longs for Snowpocalypses past.
(Check out Best Finance Tweets of the Month: January 2017 on ThinkAdvisor.)
On General Economic Topics:
“The Committee decided to hold rates steady, noting the relatively small crowd size at the Jan. 20 inauguration ceremony.”
— Ivan the K™ (@IvanTheK) February 1, 2017
In fairness, Dodd-Frank failed to protect us from the Bowling Green Massacre.
— Downtown Josh Brown (@ReformedBroker) February 3, 2017
— Brian Stelter (@brianstelter) February 9, 2017
I updated my draft flow chart for interacting with tweets on Twitter. Still a work in progress. pic.twitter.com/CdodGU3IAb
— Ivan the K™ (@IvanTheK) February 22, 2017
RenTech trying to out-weird Bridgewater (and almost succeeding)https://t.co/VYjU6ftPGS
— Lady FOHF (@LadyFOHF) February 23, 2017
#SECSpeaks Ironic, a discussion about forgotten investors is at an industry event essentially closed to investors.