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Tuesday on INK Ultra Money: Personal healthcare risk and Twitter as a research tool

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1. Unmasking SuperMugatu -- Why personal healthcare fears could determine the US election - Real Vision

Dan McMurtrie, founder of Tyro Capital Management (also known as SuperMugatu on Twitter) highlights the risks of what a major healthcare scare could do to the US economy. A very timely insight and much more including his use of Twitter.

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