@bondvigilantes: theTwitter feed is live!

We’ve finally activated our long dormant Twitter account, and you can now follow us.

Click here to follow @bondvigilantes.

To start with we’ll simply be tweeting links to new articles on this blog, but once we’ve got the hang of it we will use Twitter to link to articles we think are interesting, retweet stuff by people we follow ourselves, and, on exciting days (budgets, elections, economic meltdowns) maybe give our blow-by-blow thoughts on the world. In common with the blog itself, tweets about our funds, performance etc. will be off limits. We’ll keep it entirely focused on bond markets and economics.

All of this will be subject to getting the day job done of course, so forgive us if it takes us a while to match Stephen Fry’s 9,145 tweets. In the meantime I am trying to work out the difference between an @ and a #.

Please also let us know if there’s anybody that we should be following. My favourites so far? @zerohedge, @lcdnews, @boe_news and @ftfmforum.

The value of investments will fluctuate, which will cause prices to fall as well as rise and you may not get back the original amount you invested. Past performance is not a guide to future performance.

Jim Leaviss

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