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Dabble In The Stock Market? Make Your Next Buy Based On Twitter Sentiment

The much-lauded Twitter-based hedge fund by Derwent Capital Markets only traded for a single month before the company shut down all tweet-based operations – but they’re not done with Twitter yet.
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Hedge Funds Don’t Use Twitter [SURVEY]

It looks like hedge funds aren’t quite as eager as the Kardashians to share their deepest darkest secrets on Twitter.

A new survey of nearly 100 hedge fund managers shows that they aren’t too keen on Twitter, and are even less fond of Facebook. But LinkedIn they like.
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Twitter Hedge Fund Beat Market In Its First Month

Derwent Capital, the hedge fund that is using Twitter sentiment to make its investments, beat the market – and other hedge funds – in its first full month of trading. Could this be the beginning of a social media investment trend?
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Twitter-Based Hedge Fund Finally Opens For Trading

It has been on our radar since December, and now the world’s first hedge fund that invests based on Twitter sentiment is open for business.
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Higher than Expected Demand for Twitter Hedge Fund Causes Delays

The Twitter hedge fund that has caught the media’s attention won’t be investing just yet – the demand from investors has been so high that the fund has had to restructure to accommodate additional interest.
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Twitter to be Used to Predict Stock Market

Twitter has been used to spot baby bumps and what people would do if they had super powers, but now it’s getting serious: a family-owned hedge fund will offer investors the chance to use Twitter to measure the mood of the stock market.
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