Michael Kitces: 15 power tweeters every adviser should know

This twitter brigrade includes smart folks to follow and planners building their own practices

Dec 3, 2012 @ 9:37 am

By Michael Kitces

While there are many social media lists out there of people and businesses to follow on Twitter, Investment News' own Power 20 "Power Tweeter" Michael Kitces, partner and director of research for Pinnacle Advisory Group and publisher of The Kitces Report and the blog Nerd's Eye View, maintains a list of people financial advisers should follow on Twitter. Not surprisingly, Michael Kitces himself is very active sharing ideas and content for financial planners on Twitter.

Check out Michael's list below to see how some financial planners are building their own businesses around Twitter, and where to get interesting news and information via Twitter about the business. And remember, one of the benefits of Twitter is just to listen – which can be done entirely free of compliance hassles – so it's easy to get started.

Financial Advisers Building Their Business On Twitter

@ReformedBroker – Josh Brown, of Fusion Analytics, investment pundit, author of “The Reformed Broker” blog and the book “Backstage Wall Street”

@JJeffRose - Jeff Rose, CFP, of Alliance Wealth Management, and author of “Good Financial Cents” blog

@BrittneyCastro - Brittney Castro, CFP, of Perennial Financial Services, and author of “Financially Wise Women” blog

@CurtisFinancial - Cathy Curtis, CFP, of Curtis Financial Planning and author of the blog “Of Independent Means”

@oXYGenFinancial – Ten Jenkin and Kile Lewis, of oXYGen Financial, and authors of the “Your Smart Money Moves” blog and “The Regular Guys” radio show on Rock 100.5 FM in Atlanta

@RickKahler - Rick Kahler, CFP, of Kahler Financial Group, and author of “Financial Awakenings” blog and the book "The Financial Wisdom of Ebenezer Scrooge"

@RWohlner - Roger Wohlner, CFP, of Asset Strategy Consultants and author of the “Chicago Financial Planner” blog

People Sharing Interesting Information For Financial Fdvisers

@TheSlottReport - Ed Slott, CPA, IRA guru and author of The Slott Report

@SherylGarrett - Sheryl Garrett, CFP, and founder of the Garrett Planning Network, an international organization of hourly fee only advisors

@BillWinterberg - Bill Winterberg, CFP, Technology Consultant for Financial Planners and author of the blog “FPPad”

@140Limited - Ron Rhoades, CFP, of ScholarFi Inc., fiduciary advocate, and author of the “Scholarly Financial Planner” blog

@JayPalter – Jay Palter, a social media consultant in Canada, provides an ongoing series of great content curated for financial advisers

@VictorRicciardi - Victor Ricciardi, behavioral finance & risk expert and Finance professor at Goucher College

@ZyWaveFP - Zywave financial planning software, providing a wide range of content relevant to financial advisers

@Investerasmart - Smart Investor from Sweden, with interesting links on finance and investing for advisers

Don't forget to follow me (@MichaelKitces) and @NewsFromIN for all the latest news and information for financial advisers.

For an extended list of another 500 financial advisers on Twitter, you can follow my full Twitter list. And for more candid thoughts about the advice business, visit my blog, Nerd's Eye View.

So who do you follow? To offer some of your own suggestions, please use the comment box below.

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