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Where Did the Twitter and StockTwits Indicators Go?

We’re pleased to announce that the Twitter and StockTwits indicators that have been featured on Downside Hedge over the past two years are now available to everyone at Trade Followers. The new site allows you to search among nearly 700 ¬†individual stocks and and ETFs then view the sentiment indicator (renamed Trade Followers Momentum) in easy to read charts.

In addition, there are various lists that show the most bullish and bearish, upward and downward momentum, and more that are calculated from both StockTwits and Twitter. You can see the features the site offers here.

One fun feature of the site is our ranking of the best people in finance to follow on Twitter. It has a search feature so you can see if you rank! Just put in the first few characters of your name or Twitter handle and press search.

Even though the advanced features of the site are for premium members only, we’ll still do commentary on things we find interesting in the social media stock data we collect at the Trade Followers Blog.

And of course Downside Hedge will still be here, but our focus will be on the general market and hedging strategies. Our goal in splitting the sites is to keep a clear focus on what each of us does best. We hope you all enjoy both sites.

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