Best of FinTwit: 2022-08-12

Below are the top tweets from the brightest financial minds on Twitter, as determined by @finchartbot, for August 12, 2022.

  1. The CDC now says that due to breakthrough infections and natural immunity there is no reason to treat vaccinated and unvaccinated people differently. Twitter banned users who pointed this out last year. Never forget that people were censored for saying what the CDC is saying now. [View on Twitter]


    @BarbarianCap


  2. The CDC now says that due to breakthrough infections and natural immunity there is no reason to treat vaccinated and unvaccinated people differently. Twitter banned users who pointed this out last year. Never forget that people were censored for saying what the CDC is saying now. [View on Twitter]


    @GlobalProTrader


  3. The CDC now says that due to breakthrough infections and natural immunity there is no reason to treat vaccinated and unvaccinated people differently. Twitter banned users who pointed this out last year. Never forget that people were censored for saying what the CDC is saying now. [View on Twitter]


    @Stalingrad_Poor


  4. I’m genuinely curious to hear how other people feel about this, especially those who felt they were forced to get vaccinated. https://twitter.com/galexybrane/status/1557872428931432448 [View on Twitter]


    @GlobalProTrader


  5. How does the CDC’s announcement jive with this exactly? https://twitter.com/galexybrane/status/1557872428931432448 [View on Twitter]


    @GlobalProTrader

  6. I’m sure they get right on it. https://twitter.com/SpecialSitsNews/status/1557895752646639616 [View on Twitter]


    @NorthmanTrader

World Markets Snapshot

Last Updated August 11, 2022 3:30 GMT)

By asset group, Metals fared the worst, dropping by -0.32% when averaging all 5 instruments in the group; US Mega Caps, on the other hand, seemed to fare the best as a group, jumping by an average of 2.02%. Across the board, all CFD risk assets (excluding foreign exchange pairs) rose 1.3% on average. Drilling down into individual assets, the top performer for the day was NETFLIX INC, which jumped 6.16%, while the worst performer was NIKKEI 225; it ended up dropping -0.96%.

The chart below summarises the performance of key CFD risk assets over the past day.

The table below shows assets with key moving average levels that have been crossed on the daily timeframe over the past 24 hours.

Asset Moving Average Crossed
INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS MACHINES CORP 200
MASTERCARD INC 200
USDCHF 200
VISA INC 200
WALT DISNEY CO 100
GBPJPY 100
GENERAL ELECTRIC CO 100
ALPHABET INC 100
NETFLIX INC 100
Russell 2000 100
USDCAD 100
USDMXN 100
USDNOK 100
WELLS FARGO & COMPANY 100
AUDNZD 50
CADJPY 50
Euro Stoxx 50 50
GBPUSD 50
JPMORGAN CHASE & CO 50
USDHKD 50
USDZAR 50
EXXON MOBIL CORP 50
ASX 200 20
AUDCHF 20
Crude Oil 20
DAX 20
EURGBP 20
FTSE 100 20
NVIDIA CORP 20
NZDCHF 20

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