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Chris Camillo
Chris Camillo is author of Laughing at Wall Street and a pioneer in applying social data analysis to investing. In 2006, he leveraged social data to invest $20,000 in the stock market, and in just over three years grew it to more than $2 million. Chris sits on the board of directors for HedgeChatter, one of the first companies to track social media influence on stock prices.

Entries by Chris Camillo

Forget Advertising: Twitter's Data Has Huge Potential

(0) Comments | Posted November 15, 2013 | 9:51 PM

Twitter's IPO was a resounding success, with the stock jumping up more than 72 percent the day it debuted. The company was valued at $18.1 billion, an astounding figure that suggests Wall Street sees huge potential despite its $300 million in losses over the past three years.


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The JOBS Act One Year Later: Where Equity Crowdfunding Stands

(2) Comments | Posted April 5, 2013 | 9:35 AM

April 5 marks the one year anniversary of the JOBS Act being signed into law by President Obama. The JOBS Act legalized equity-based crowdfunding in the U.S., which would allow ordinary Americans to invest in newly forming and established small businesses they believe in, while realizing a return on their...

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