Last night we expanded on an idea we had recently put on our blog on StockTwits TV on the topic of financial blogging.  We talked about how financial blogging can be of value to traders and investors.  While it comes with its own costs (and risks), blogging can help traders build their brands, archive their thoughts in real-time and help sharpen their ideas and processes.  You can view the video in its entirety below:

Items mentioned in the above video:

Howard Lindzon talks with Charles Kirk.  (StockTwitsTV)

Another blogger goes off the grid.  (China Financial Markets, Modeled Behavior)

Blogging, brand building and idea retention.  (Abnormal Returns)

If you didn’t blog it, it didn’t happen.  (Anil Dash)

The evanescence of Twitter debates.  (Felix Salmon)

On long blog comments, and why you should get a blog.  (Aleph Blog)

99% of traders are missing out on not having a blog.  (Bigger Capital)

The trading process is messy.  (Dynamic Hedge)

You can never be sure which blog posts will become hits.  (Abnormal Returns)

Becoming an A-list blogger is difficult.  (Abnormal Returns)

Some financial blogs that are getting it done.  (The Reformed Broker)

Defining yourself with your best thoughts.  (Phil Pearlman)


On the importance of momentum for bloggers.  (Hedge->

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