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50 Awesome Social Networking Sites for Finance Geeks

I ran into this interesting list of great sites for finance geeks, one day soon HedgeCo.Net will be on this list 😉

  1. Tip’d. By participating in this social network, you will get the latest in finance, business, and investing through news, tips, articles, and connection with other members. Vote for which content goes on the homepage and even submit articles from your blog as well.
  2. Zacks Investment Research. The research done with Zacks is mathematically-based and available for you to learn about markets and trends. Create a portfolio, connect with community and more at this site.
  3. Covester. An excellent way to learn from others experience, Covester allows members to watch the investment habits of other members in order to learn how to invest their money.
  4. InvestingMinds. Whether you want to benefit from what others say or share your own investing ideas and experience, you can do so on this site that provides a place for everything from investing clubs to chat rooms.
  5. Minyanville Financial Infotainment. Meet other investors on this financial social network where you can learn about smart investing strategies, read articles, participate in forums, and read blogs.
  6. Cake Financial. When you join Cake Financials, you can manage your investments and participate in a community of other investors.
  7. MarketWatch Community. Members can create profiles to help connect with others, then find, organize, and share financial articles on this social networking site.
  8. My.WallSt.net. Beginners will enjoy learning about stocks and trading on this social site. Track your investing performance or check out others in the Top Gun section to see how they are doing.
  9. The Motley Fool. Keep an eye on top performing stocks and get news and investment tips at this popular investing site.
  10. ZeccoShare. The investment community at ZeccoShare offers investment tracking, sharing of ideas and tips, and specific groups where members gain knowledge and support from each other.
  11. UpDown. Practice investing with a $1 million portfolio and even earn money from doing so. Also, get tips and experience from others in this community.
  12. Money Talk. No matter if you just need help with personal finance, if you are an experienced investor, or you run a small business, you are welcome to participate in this community. Find news and advice from this resource that includes forums, RSS feeds, and an entire section on 401k resources.
  13. TradeKing Community. Investors come together at this site to share their insight and learn from others as well as keep on top of the latest happenings in the world of investments.
  14. Wikinvest. Learn about specific companies, investment concepts, funds, markets, and more at this site where members can also contribute and grow their reputation through participation.

About Aaron Wormus

Aaron Wormus works as the Managing Director of Website Creation at HedgeCo Networks and has worked with HedgeCo since the end of 2004. Prior to working with HedgeCo Networks, Aaron managed a private consulting firm based in Frankfurt, Germany. During this time he worked implementing back-end systems for clients ranging from telecommunications companies to mining companies and Silicon Valley software distributors. Aaron Wormus is a published author who has studied Information Technology and Journalism in Finland. His written work has been published in various technology magazines, translated into 5 European languages, as well as published book. Aaron regularly speaks at PHP Programming conferences, and is involved in the organization of his local technology user group.
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4 Responses to 50 Awesome Social Networking Sites for Finance Geeks

  1. Hi, Aaron:

    If you haven’t gotten a chance yet, please check out http://www.Piqqem.com. We are a stock research tool that uses a “Wisdom of Crowds” approach and aggregates price predictions on stocks from our “crowd” of users to create unified price predictions and sentiment signals. Unlike Cake or Covestor, we think the crowd signal is more useful and relevant over time than following any individual investor or small group of investors. At a minimum, the data coming out of our crowd sentiment shifts is a very useful sentiment tracker for a wide variety of securities. Any feedback is, of course, most welcome. Thanks!

  2. Andy says:

    Hats off to the compiler of this list! I have subscribed to a number of social networking sites and maintaining these sites used to be just a favorite pastime activity for me. But after I learned that you can make money from social networking sites, I tried it and it turned into a full time job. Imagine earning easy cash out of doing something that you enjoy. I am on the quest for new networking sites I could join and expand my networking community. This post gave me an idea. Thanks!

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