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Twitter Turns 10: Halftime Traders’ #FirstTweets

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Happy 10th birthday, Twitter! On March 21, 2006 Jack Dorsey started it all by sending the first tweet.

Since that moment, Twitter has changed the way people connect, gather news, and how investors think.

According to Twitter's latest earnings report, the social media giant has now grown to more than 350 million monthly active users.


Here's a look back at The Halftime Report traders' first tweets.

Josh Brown's first tweet was a link to a blog post he wrote about AIG.

Joe Terranova celebrated Fast Money's first 20 years on the air in his first tweet.

Stephanie Link's first tweet was a reply during busy earnings season.

Jon Najarian was looking at the volatility index in his first tweet.

Jim Lebenthal was familiarizing himself with Twitter for his first tweet.

Stephen Weiss checked in with a post about a lackluster earnings season.

Aloha! Pete Najarian's first tweet came from a beach in Hawaii.

Interested in finding out your first tweet? Discover it here.

—By CNBC Producer Bree Kelly. Follow her on Twitter @Bree_Kelly

Trader disclosure: On March 21, 2016, the following stocks and commodities mentioned or intended to be mentioned on CNBC's "Fast Money" were owned by the "Halftime Report" traders:

JOSH BROWN: Long AAPL, BABA, DE, DNKN, JMBA, LOW, LNKD, SAM, SHAK, SPWR, TWTR, XLE, XON.

JIM LEBENTHAL: Long AAPL, BA, C, CSCO, DCO, DIS, EEQ, GAIA, GM, INTC, JCP, KMI, KMY, MPC, OA, ORBC, PFE, QCOM, QRVO, SPLS, TIF, TRN, TWX, WGO.

JON NAJARIAN: Long AAL, SCTY. Long calls AAPL, AWI, CA, CELG, DG, DLTR, EBAY, FIT, IP, MSFT, MYL, PYPL, SLV, TSLA.

JOE TERRANOVA: Long VRTS.