However, Kessler remains bullish on Twitter and sees opportunity in the microblogging site.
"Twitter is unfairly criticized because of the fact that they haven't started the monetization process as quickly or successfully as Facebook," said Kessler.
"The reality is they've been doubling revenues and they've been growing their business very substantially and we think there is a lot of opportunity for upside given the negative sentiment on Twitter at this point."
Twitter is expected to report earnings on Feb. 5 after market close.
—CNBC's Karma Allen contributed to this report.
It`ll probably be bought out. Until then or a better CEO is hired the only thing that could move this stock north is the market as a whole moves way up and it rides the coat tails.