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PUBLISHED : Monday, 11 June, 2012, 12:00am
UPDATED : Monday, 11 June, 2012, 12:00am


The best sites for euro crisis updates:!/eurocrisis_

A twitter feed for investors who feel they can't get enough news and views about the euro crisis. The site relays opinions as well as analysis from both independent and mainstream sources. There's no need to search for multiple websites - it is all there on your mobile phone. A blend of information and opinions ensures balanced points of view from different perspectives. Expect two or three meaningful twitters a day rather than an overload of real-time data.

This website contains viewpoints that are not tied to any economic school of thought. As part of a global Green Party network, the site helps readers understand the euro crisis as events unfold. The blog makes use of contacts throughout the European Union to explain the political motivations and machinations behind each event. Investors seeking to understand each market twist and turn resulting from the crisis can benefit from this political and economic blog.

@ValueInvesting_, //!/ValueInvesting_

Investing for the long term or 'value investing' is the singular passion of Garry Cole, a New York-based fund manager. He relates the euro crisis and market volatility to these principles. He connects the dots between stock picks and macroeconomics, emphasising that while you have to take a long-term view, it is closely tied to current economic forces. Cole cuts through the market noise while making the crisis relevant to your stock picks.