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10/23/2014 03:53 pm ET Updated Dec 23, 2014

29 Essential Twitter Feeds for Money and Investing

This article, written by Catherine New, originally appeared on Betterment.

Behavioral economics and decision making academics

@katy_milkman

@donandrewmoore

@MaxBazerman

@CassSunstein

@danariely

@uri_sohn

@francescagino

@R_Thaler

@Hal_EH

Economics, data, financial advisors, and investing

@voxdotcom

@UpshotNYT

@NateSilver538

@ideas42

@ronlieber

@BillWinterberg

@MichaelKitces

@planetmoney

@behaviorgap

@JustinWolfers

@matt_levine

@felixsalmon

@jasonzweigwsj

@mjmauboussin

@daniel_egan

@moorehn

@kevinroose

@hblodget

@mrmoneymustache

@jjeffrose

Who do you follow on Twitter? Share your favorites below.

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