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A Quick Look at 5 Stock Investment Apps

Your smartphone can help you make smart investment choices

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Stock Investment Apps — StockTwits

stock investment app, investing appIf you’re trying to figure out which way the wind’s blowing on a certain stock, there’s no better way then to check out Stock Twits, easily the most useful of  the stock investment apps focusing on social media.

Founded by fellow Canadian Howard Lindzon (he now lives in San Diego), the California resident has spent a career building useful websites geared toward investors. You might remember Wall Strip, a funny online TV show geared to investing, that was ultimately sold to CBS (CBS) for $5 million only to be shut down shortly thereafter.

Suffice it to say Lindzon understands what investors are looking for. Like Motif Investing, Stock Twits’ mobile app is simple to use and highly informative, and that’s all you can ask from good stock investment apps.

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