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Five People You Should Be Following On Finance Twitter

Most of the world's financial elite are on the platform, sometimes even breaking the news itself.

Despite its ups and downs as a business and as a platform, there is one thing Twitter (TWTR) has always had over other social networks -- its ability to move markets. Here are five finance professionals well worth the follow. 

Ian Bremmer

A political scientist, president of the Eurasia Group and an NYU professor, Ian Bremmer drops knowledge with every tweet to his 270,000 followers.

Mohamed El-Erian

Mohamed El-Erian may best be known for being the former CEO of global investment manager PIMCO, but he also offers insightful takes on economic news on Twitter as well.

Mark Cuban

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Jim Cramer

No list should be without TheStreet's own Jim Cramer (@jimcramer).

After working at Goldman Sachs and then founding his own hedge fund, Cramer, with his more than 1 million followers, gives investing advice for all the world to see, trying to help anyone who asks for it.

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This article was written by a staff member of TheStreet.