In this segment called "Tweet It!" from The Motley Fool's everything-financials show, Where the Money Is, banking analysts Matt Koppenheffer and David Hanson start the week by looking at a few of today's top tweets and offer their perspective to investors. Matt and David discuss the best banking CEOs and a Rodney Dangerfield movie.
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Today's featured tweets:
Of note in Obama's housing speech today: concern that the pendulum has swung too far the other way on mortgage-lending standards
— Nick Timiraos (@NickTimiraos) August 6, 2013
Don Graham, in telling WaPo employees about the deal, said that Buffett described Bezos as "the ablest CEO in America." High praise. $WPO
— Joe Magyer (@Magyer) August 6, 2013
Rise & Shine! Sam Kinison had a hilarious cameo as a crazy college professor to Rodney Dangerfield's Thorton Melon in which 80s movie?
— SunTrust (@AskSunTrust) August 6, 2013
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