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Imagine a world where the tweets of a mad U.S. president drive global financial markets up and down. We live in this world, and this bot takes this idea to an absurd extreme.

@DJT_stock_tips is a Twitter bot that generates stock market tips from Donald Trump's tweets.

Tweets are broken down into individual words and checked against the names of all companies listed on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE, NASDAQ and AMEX listings).

BUY, SELL or WATCH is advised according to the sentiment of the tweet in which the word was found—using's API

based on Mobeets' Twitter Bot Bootstrap

example tweet

further reading:
Invest and Profit With the POTUS Indexes — Barry Ritholtz, Bloomberg

Trump's tweets are driving millennials to make a rookie investing mistake (ETFC, BA, LMT, TWTR) — Akin Oyedele, Market Insider

When Donald Trump Hate-Tweeted Lockheed Martin, Hedge Funds Were Ready — Jen Wieczner, Fortune

Trump Triggers 🇺🇸 — Trigger, Medium

Donald Trump Is the Stock Markets Most Interesting Man — Joseph Ciolli, Bloomberg

Trump2Cash — Max Braun, Github
and discussion on Hacker News

Can you really make money when @realDonaldTrump tweets about a company? — Karan Goel, Medium

The Trump and Dump Bot — T3