I've received a number of requests over the weekend (thanks for listening!) asking about specific accounts worth following. What follows is my initial stab. I'll also include the caveat that this is my first attempt at compiling a list like this and I fully expect to have missed some obvious suspects out there so it should only get better with time. Please note these are in no particular order:
@MotleyFoolMoney - How can I not recommend this?
@MarketFoolery - See above.
@AnswersPodcast - Alison and Bro do a great job answering all sorts of real-life money questions.
@MFIndustryFocus - Podcast covering a different sector of the market each day.
@RBIPodcast - A look into David Gardner's style of investing.
@themotleyfool - Our main feed.
@morganhousel - Great big-picture perspective, excellent writer.
@ReformedBroker - Funny and insightful, he's been around Wall St. for a while.
@ritholtz - See above.
@rubicoin - Long-term investing perspective, check out their apps.
@EddyElfenbein - Witty and smart long-term investor.
@MArgersinger - Smart tweets about investing with some Boston sports on the side.
@rationalwalk - Value investing perspective that carries over into greater investing lessons.
@Adweek - Good information in the ad industry which is a massive market opportunity.
@business - Bloomberg feed, good business news source.
@Recode - Good general view of the tech space by some pretty knowledgeable folks.
@magyer - Excellent investor, I always value his perspective.
@FoolFunds - Access to some great missives on what's going on in the world of Foolish investing.
@elonmusk - Good follow on many levels.
@HedgeyeRetail - Good insight into the retail industry, good investing humor as well.
@SEC_Investor_Ed - General investing perspective and education from the SEC.
@AwardsDarwin - Comic relief, good reminder there are some real idiots out there.
@consumerist - Good consumer-related news source.
@comScore - Love data and they tend to have a good bit of it.
@wsj - Totes obvs.
@stratechery - Smart observations and thinking in the tech space, good blog.
I'll add that it's worth following any company whose stock you either own or are interested in. They aren't all going to be great and you'll find over time whether you want to continue following them or not. But some are super and can give good insight into the business, how leadership behaves, etc. Same goes for actual leadership; some are good follows, some not so much. You'll notice I didn't include names like Jeff Bezos or Warren Buffett on this list. It's not because I don't like 'em; hell I own shares in their companies. But these guys just don't tweet much so it's hard to call them compelling follows. I hope you find this list helpful. As always, keep calm and Hit 'Em With The Hein.