Be sure, tomorrow after Q report will not be a flat day ( motionless).
The move of the price will be 15/20% up or 15/20% down............The " world" is waiting for the Q #s.
I think very good news mean a move to around $80 and no very good news or bad news TWTR will finish at $50 or less
Longs and shorts, good luck!!
I THINK : before Q report $64 - $66
After Q report : ( IF Report is good or very good) $80- $85
( IF Report is no to good or bad) $40 - $45
Good luck every body !!!!!
I think: Open at $64.50 - $65.50
Close at $66 - $67
What do you think? I will be wrong or right? ( we need to wait to see!!! )
Good luck everybody!!!!
( some one take care!!!!) Last trade today was at $62.20
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On January 12, 2014, at 1:29 PM, ValueinvestorEU wrote:
Twitter is not "earning" 535 million USD. I wouldnt phrase it like that. they got revenue of 535m USD. but they lose money.
And of course its overvalued, not only is it overvalued. it's becoming frightening that anyone can even argue otherwise.
For me its beyond debatable if twitter is overvalued or not.
Prices are too high compared to google. To little return for customers
They are valued at 60 times sales, and thats sale that will almost stop growing once the "mobile" effect has fully run its course. You can only slap on ads on the mobile platform for a 1 off growth right?
I dont mean to sound negative, but giving any kind of positive wipe about twitter as an investment is leading some retail investors to burn their money..
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I can't sell because my lost will be over 6K
I see the future of TWTR for us longs very dark ( we need a MIRACLE)
With out a miracle I see TWTR at $35 - $40 ( or less) very soon !!!
Shorts you were in the right way, Congratulation
This is my last post in this board
I'm 100% with you . Your message is in my opinion very, very intelligent!!!!
( I think TWTR may be a $80 stock or a $35 stock very fast, who know?