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  1. May I ask what that other board is? I would certainly understand if you were not interested in sharing that for one reason or another.
  2. I’ve never really thought of Twitter as a source of information. Are you following news sources (i.e. WSJ, FT, CNBC, Bloomberg) or something else? David If you're looking at smaller or less followed companies, simply searching various forms of that companies name/tickers/info on Twitter is actually extremely useful. A more streamlined Google search IMO. ^^^^^^ This When you search tickers, you'll find a lot of robo-posters but you'll also find finance pro's who are discussing. You can also start with some reputable accounts & dig in to who they follow: @LibertyRPF @SuperMugatu @SconnieTrader @trengriffin @mr_skilling @greenbackd @MineSafetyBot @wabuffo @Hipster_Trader @AustinValue @JerryCap @John_Hjorth @giovfranchi @Clownbuck @AlexBossert @ROIChristie These aren't in any particular order & I could go on, and on, and on, but this is enough to get you started. I avoid following news services. I do heinously un-due-dilligence & fortunately there are a ton of people who are gracious enough to share. One day I hope to pay some of them back (in small part) with a bit of musical entertainment. Awesome. Thanks. I’ll check it out.
  3. I’ve never really thought of Twitter as a source of information. Are you following news sources (i.e. WSJ, FT, CNBC, Bloomberg) or something else? David
  4. The issue is affecting all of us. There's now a banner across the Value Line website: " Value Line is currently experiencing some technical difficulties and we are working to resolve the issue as quickly as possible. We are aware of the problem and expect to have a resolution shortly. We apologize for any inconvenience."
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    Book Rec's?

    Thanks for the recommendation. It was a fun read.
  6. I agree. I couldn’t put the Walton book down either. Which Buffett and munger books are you referring to? (I’ve reread Damn Right a couple of times...)
  7. Regular exercise changes the brain to improve memory, thinking skills https://www.health.harvard.edu/blog/regular-exercise-changes-brain-improve-memory-thinking-skills-201404097110
  8. I gave www.inoreader.com a run today... not bad; reminds me a lot of feedly
  9. Bought a little more Wells Fargo and Google today
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