that wouldn't surprise me at all if that is the case as well, with Twitter being known for splashing around shares for compensation, and in this land of IPO galore, these early investors and mgmt holding tons of shares probably got in a $5 bucks and could care less at these levels. Look at Dorsey, he's got Square to IPO and create another billion or two in wealth, so what if Twitter flattens out. But that argument can go for many social media IPOs, and I think Yelp is classic example - CEO holding less than 100,000 shares in that company, he cashed out already and now Yelp is tanking, like he cares?
This one will be $1.5 plus in a couple of days
If you believe twitter will one day trade at $300 one day as i do, what does it matter if your entry was 38 or 25. Ignore the noise. At $300, it would still be valued at 70b less than what fb is trading at today.
Watch it & weep.
$42 by Friday in my opinion.
Fools are out.
Didn't close green because there were too many billion dollar funds selling short all the way into the close.
They'll buy it all back in the next two days because they are smart.
Retail short sellers will never realize what happened when $42 tics on Friday
Yes that is possible. Just like Obama from Bush. You have to exaggerate the bad when you can not be blamed for it yet. So later when you turn things around the effect may seem more dramatic.
Regardless the motive, this type of stock is not worth professional money to short. Because all the negatives already laid out there. Before you knock it down it already lay down there by itself. I remember one super trader said, when the reason a stock is down is as clear as your nose on your face, it is time to buy. It is those that came down for no reason that are dangerous and you should stay on the side or even join the short.
It's equally amazing that people think this can't spring back up also. Look at the chart.......happened more than once in the past and will happen again.
Like Pickets charge. The north opened a small passage in a fence line and the lazy southerners went there so they didn't have to climb over. Sitting ducks. We know how that worked out
You get the stupidest post of the year award. I bet you're the same genius that said the same thing about Facebook at 28
They were big companies that becomes small.
Sorry. They were small companies that inflated to big companies and still overpriced big companies (in reality small companies.)
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Sentiment: Strong Sell
I don't think so... i think those selfish tools have soaked the money and now don't care so much. just my opinion
This is a company with zero domestic user growth with a $24 billion market cap. The $130 million CFO says they will "need time" to increase MAU's. They don't have "time". Remember MySpace?
Sentiment: Strong Sell