SMB on StockTwits

Jun 23rd, 2009 | By | Category: General Comments
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Mike Bellafiore and Steven Spencer, partners at SMB Capital, appeared today with StockTwits founder Howard Lindzon on StockTwits TV.  In the interview, they discuss the history of SMB Capital, characteristics of a successful prop trader, and the role of technology in training and communicating with traders.  Watch the clip here and feel free to leave your comments on this blog.

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  • pipmaestro

    Enjoyed your appearance on StockTwits TV. A thought: a preview mini lesson on StockTwits TV demonstrating your teaching style. Would be informative and possibly generate interest for your services.

  • pipmaestro

    Enjoyed your appearance on StockTwits TV. A thought: a preview mini lesson on StockTwits TV demonstrating your teaching style. Would be informative and possibly generate interest for your services.

  • http://www.BuyOnTheDip.com BuyOnTheDip.com

    loved the LIVE stocktwitsTV interview.

    go global!

  • http://www.BuyOnTheDip.com BuyOnTheDip.com

    loved the LIVE stocktwitsTV interview.

    go global!

  • Bella

    pipmaestro,

    Didn’t you recommend an interview w/ us to StockTwits? The whole thing could very well have been your idea. I like your new idea. StockTwits listed to you last time, why not this time?

    Thxs for sharing.

    Bella

  • Bella

    pipmaestro,

    Didn’t you recommend an interview w/ us to StockTwits? The whole thing could very well have been your idea. I like your new idea. StockTwits listed to you last time, why not this time?

    Thxs for sharing.

    Bella

  • pipmaestro

    Been a quiet fan of SMB since catching you on Wall street Warrior. If you do something like that with StockTwits, present something on risk / money management. In my world of currency trading, it’s barely mentioned by the marketing types but required material for newcomers. Not that I’ve ever blown up an account before (ahhh the benefits of time) ;)

  • pipmaestro

    Been a quiet fan of SMB since catching you on Wall street Warrior. If you do something like that with StockTwits, present something on risk / money management. In my world of currency trading, it’s barely mentioned by the marketing types but required material for newcomers. Not that I’ve ever blown up an account before (ahhh the benefits of time) ;)

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