More than 200 million people use Twitter worldwide—it's become a social networking phenomenon, revolutionizing the way information is consumed and shared.
Now, a London hedge fund is planning to use Twitter in a new way: making investment decisions based on tweets.
The fund's founder, along with an Indiana University professor, believe the collective moods of Twitter messages can predict market movements in the days ahead.
Using propietary technology, the fund will monitor tweets and sort them into ten catagories, such as calm or alert or happy.
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