Top trending shares on Twitter

Here's a list of the breakout stocks trending on Twitter in the past 24 hours.

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Top shares being talked about on Twitter now

To generate this list, we’ve found the stocks being mentioned most on Twitter
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How do I find trending stocks on Twitter?

Most people on Twitter. will use a dollar sign in front of the ticker they’re talking about.

So for example if you wanted to Tweet about Apple stocks, to tag the ticker on Twitter you’d write “$AAPL”.

By doing that anyone else would be able to click on the tweet and see other discussions being had about the company in real-time.

List of Twitter accounts to follow for stock market tips

  1. @BarbarianCap
  2. @pmarca
  3. @CNBC
  4. @KermitCapital
  5. @saxena_puru
  6. @charliebilello
  7. @PelotonHolder
  8. @GerberKawasaki
  9. @BrianFeroldi
  10. @iancassel
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