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Tip'd Off founders Akshay Oberai and Rahul Sethuram, from left, watch fellow founder Koosh Saxena write notes at their office Monday, Dec. 22, 2014, in Mountain View, Calif. The startup uses social networking to put young investors in touch with each other so they can monitor each other's activities. (Karl Mondon/Bay Area News Group) ( Karl Mondon ) It's the Facebookification of financial investing. From social networking platforms that allow young investors to follow each other's stock-picking mojo, to websites for first-timers hungry for a piece of the Silicon Valley VC pie, to mobile apps that let 20-something hipsters find equally hip financial planners, the Millennial generation is embracing new tech tools to put their newfound wealth to work.