PRLog - Jan. 12, 2013 - EL SEGUNDO, Calif. -- With the beginning of a new year, many Americans are reexamining their finances looking for ways to accomplish their money-related 2013 goals. Whether they want to build up a nest egg, get out of debt, or strengthen an investment portfolio, finding timely and relevant financial information can be key to following through. In the spirit of helping readers become more financially literate, Go Banking Rates announces its list of the top 10 Personal Finance Experts to follow on Twitter.
Personal Finance Experts
"Staying ahead of the curve with your finances means taking advantage of every resource available to you," notes Jennifer Calonia of Go Banking Rates, "By following personal finance experts on Twitter, you have a slew of expert financial information practically at your fingertips -- for free."
To help Americans find the best financial advice at a low price, Go Banking Rates presents the top 10 Personal Finance Experts who actively share finance tips on Twitter, a free resource.
1. Suze Orman - @SuzeOrmanShow
With nearly 1.5 million followers and over 22,000 tweets to date, Suze Orman, may arguably be the most popular personal finance expert on Twitter. Orman frequently posts updates on her television show, “The Suze Orman Show,” but she also tweets commentary on current events and offers personal finance advice. Her Twitter followers use the hashtag #AskSuze to ask financial advice from Orman; sometimes she answers on her show.
2. Dave Ramsey - @DaveRamsey
Part finance guru and part folk minister, Dave Ramsey is a wildly popular figure who models his personal finance advice on spiritual and Biblical themes. Ramsey’s 312,000 Twitter followers are treated to updates on Ramsey’s upcoming appearances, scripture verses, personal updates, and some light political discussion.
3. Paul Krugman - @NYTimesKrugman
New York Times Op-Ed columnist and blogger Paul Krugman has garnered close to a million Twitter followers. With a decidedly Liberal leaning, Krugman tweets about current financial and economic events, and posts links to his own articles and opinion pieces.
4. Jim Cramer - @JimCramer, @CramerTV
Founder of investment resource TheStreet.com and host of CNBC’s “Mad Money,” Jim Cramer is a prolific tweeter, with more than 27,000 posts on his account to date. Cramer is popular for his ability to make investing accessible, and his tweets center around current events in the stock market and advice for everyday investors.
5. Robert Kiyosaki - @theRealKiyosaki
Author of the “Rich Dad Poor Dad” books, Robert Kiyosaki has garnered a large following (532,000 on Twitter alone) through his emphasis on financial education and literacy as the keys to wealth. Kiyosaki’s tweets feature personal finance advice that follows his unique financial philosophy.
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