Best Of The StockTwits Network 9-21-13

Give it up for the 16 best posts of the past week from The StockTwits Blog Network.

When putting together your portfolio, what you leave out is as important as what you include (Abnormal Returns)

A look inside the action at JC’s trading desk (All Star Charts)

When “No” means “Yes” (Altucher Confidential)

The correlation between longer term rates and Fed projections (Avondale Asset Management)

A great summary of key market related events from the last week (Crossing Wall Street)

Charting a reversal in the “cable” (FaithMightFX)

Not all secondary offerings are negative (Ivanhoff Capital)

Joe schools Twitter on how they can increase their valuation 1000% overnight (Joe Fahmy)

The guy who gave me my start here is leaving us and I wish him all the best in the future (Phil Pearlman)

Starting a business without capital (Points and Figures)

Charles doesn’t like ObamaCare….and you might be surprised why (Sizemore Insights)

25 market insights from a guy who has been dead for over 70 years….and they still apply (StockTwits 50)

Last week we were left wondering what Josh’s absence meant.  Now we know (The Reformed Broker)

Jerry gives us the case for the Yen heading lower (The Armo Trader)

Explaining “mental convexity” and how it works in trading (This is Bigger)

A case study of what is going on in commercial development (Value Plays)

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