Our Favorite Tweets on TheStreet: Dec. 7

NEW YORK (TheStreet) -- Thanks to Twitter, TheStreet gets to keep in touch with our alumni like @Herbgreenberg and @aarontask, as well as our friendly-competitors like @bloombergnews, @lamonicabuzz and @businessinsider.

Sometimes we'll come across a great tweet that you might not see in one of our stories, so we decided to create a story that rounds-up our favorite tweets of the day.

And that's what you'll find below.

Of course, this list is just a microcosm of the Twitterverse, and one that includes of our in-house favorites like @JimCramer, @DougKass and @Rocco_TheStreet.

To join the conversation in real time, follow @thestreet on Twitter.

Did we miss something? Share your favorite tweets in the comments below, on our Facebook page or mention us on Twitter.

Takes serious talent to have lost on gold this year RT @katekellycnbc: Paulson gold fund fell nearly 10% in November, down roughly 30% YTD— Downtown Josh Brown (@ReformedBroker) December 7, 2012

On the other hand, John Paulson who is worth over $2 billion, is greatly disturbed by what Twitter pundits think about him.— zerohedge (@zerohedge) December 7, 2012

Find it hard to believe that the SEC has any case against Hastings if he's posting on any site with a "one to many" open subscription setup— Leigh Drogen (@LDrogen) December 7, 2012

I think we need #BowlesSimpsonFacts. Nobody knows what's in it.— Matt O'Brien (@ObsoleteDogma) December 7, 2012

Tieless look not doing Boehner any favors in shaking the "Speaker under siege" meme.— Duke (@DukeStJournal) December 7, 2012

Journos should attach more significance tothe use of the term "reckless talk " by Boehner.— Ivan the K (@IvanTheK) December 7, 2012

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