Our Favorite Tweets on TheStreet: Jan. 8

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.

Can someone open Tim Geithner a Swiss account so he too gets a Russian passport?— zerohedge (@zerohedge) January 8, 2013

Stay tuned for my #MeltTheCoin campaign! But first, #MintTheCoin. Otherwise my new Web site will be useless.— Kevin Depew (@kevindepew) January 8, 2013

This whole coin thing is absolutely barking. How do you get the all zeroes on a ten billion dollar coin? Sheesh— Chris Adams (@chrisadamsmkts) January 8, 2013

So it turns out that when the stock market gets cut in half not once but twice in nine years, investors become somewhat skeptical.— Eddy Elfenbein (@EddyElfenbein) January 8, 2013

"It's not the size of your pipeline, it's what you can do with it." #jpmpickuplines #jmp13— Adam Feuerstein (@adamfeuerstein) January 8, 2013

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