this is going to penetrate the All time lows and make a lower low within days/weeks... you're way too early with those SEPT calls bud, this is heading down to retest the IPO pricing before any substantive move higher.
define "soon"... because the activist investors I know of only look to extract value from cash flow positive entities.
Twitter does not qualify, keep dreaming.
we must assume that Kibby owns calls, he was very excited after LNKD reported that their loss widened and revenue fell $26mil QoQ... lets see if he deletes that "call" of his...
patience. Sell some calls on FB and TWTR AND BUY SOME MINERS... I am short social media as a whole, the entire sector is internet bubble2.0... they will all get cut in half, and #$%$ like Yelp and Twitter won't be around 2 years from now.
we knocked of 20k on our colonial in Rockville and then got a bid within 24 hours, but it had been on the market for 5 weeks, and 70 new properties had just come on the market in the 20850 zipcode... we are still pleased with the sale price however.
sentiment bottom isn't far off, it was green on Friday and Monday while the market sold off. Also new stories about younger people making a fortune in stocks tell me that if the top isn't already in, then we are damned close. Brokerage ads for "home-gamers" are now polluting the airwaves again too... yeah, maybe all of this means absolutely nothing.
Apple has begun hiring a staff of journalists for their own live/real time news alert feed... Twitter's niche is not only getting crowded, but the platform is easily copied, barriers to entry are about a foot high. They are still enjoying the "premium" of their brand, but myspace enjoyed such a moment in the sun too at one time, although they were never a publicly traded co.
likely story, only Asians gamble like that... "poor me" posts like this are always bogus, anybody trying to swallow the shame of such folly does not look for empathy on a yahoo message board.
the platform is antiquated, just as stuart said above, and there are only so many Jobs and Zuckerbergs on the planet... it's going to take a small miracle to turn Twitter around now, and I am a staunch atheist.
that was cold bro... I don't even post stuff like that here. No need to gloat about something that is supported by the truth, after all.
to be fair, the iPhone, the first true smartphone of its kind singlehandedly killed RIMM... it took a "change-wave" earthquake like the smartphone, a pocket-sized supercomputer, to kill that brand.
Twitter already has PLENTY of competition in a crowded space, and I predict that the night of SnapChat's IPO pricing will be the final nail in this coffin here, and the start of another large leg down.