Top Financial Experts to Follow on Twitter

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By AdFeatures | Thursday, November 08, 2012, 17:39


The possibilities of Twitter can seem dauntingly boundless sometimes, whether you’re just starting out or you’re just feeling a bit overwhelmed by the irrelevant info that’s swamping your homepage. What you need is a strong framework of top industry names in your niche area of interest, and if that area’s finance, we’ve got just the list for you!

Economise on who you follow by following these economists, and you’re on the way to having money info, funny economic facts and a community of experts at your fingertips. It’s brought to you by Direct Line Group Careers in insurance; visit their website for info about applying for an insurance job today.


Incredibly handy daily hints for absolutely everyone, including those in situations which are often overlooked by the mainstream media. Though there’s not much interaction, and tweets are generally links to Daily Finance Articles, this is a great way to pick and choose what’s most relevant to you as well at what interests you in the wide Daily Finance remit.


Martin founded Money Saving Expert, and though his Twitter isn’t affiliated with his old financial advice site it is a fun and personality-driven drip feed of great money tips, personal observance and one-on-one interaction.


This feed features loads of great links to the latest money news from across Great Britain, as well as frequent story roundups – which is all very handy if you need your financial news fix fast!


Brian Green is a curtain twitcher: he peeks out through the window of the housing market at the wider world of economics, and it gives him a really interesting perspective on current trends. His obvious passion for financial debate and his penchant for getting political means he’s always thinking of new angles and trying to spark discussions.


This no-nonsense Greek ex-pat has the scoop on all things financial in the Euro zone, from the Irish Sea to the Mediterranean. A financial journalist with years of experience under her belt, she’s a go-to commentator for newspapers, radio and TV stations, and her Twitter feed is like being a fly on the wall during a conversation with the top EU economists.


Justin’s tweets often deal with the more academic side of economics, so expect interesting hypothetical tangents and links to fascinating, super-current studies. He’s based in America so also has great insight on the US economy in the run up to the election, as well as some illuminating analysis on the policies of the presidential candidates.



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