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Twitter, Inc. (TWTR)

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66.20-0.75 (-1.12%)
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    NextPlanB
    The dems are doing such a bang up job they have to have the National Guard protect them from the Americans.
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    Harley
    Slipping to $50 by the end of March.
    Bearish
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    John
    $1,400 stimulus check cost you $5,800. Liberal new math at work! Sorry markets :-(
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    Ivan
    Bonds? Maybe this firm simply has no money anymore. No "politics", just no money. Cash gap? Where can I get the money? Two easy steps. 1. Pump up stocks of $ 80. 2. Selling shares to simpletons for $ 180. "Give me $ 1 billion. I have nothing to pay my bills with. Our costs are too high, and our income is too small. Please loan $ 1 billion. In return, we will give you our shares. Look - they are now worth $ 80. You won't go wrong." I think that everything is really bad there. Employees do not receive the full bonus. They told investors about their huge plans (they've slept for 15 years before?). They always have strong competitors. They created new competitors for themselves. The company is unprofitable (but better than analysts predicted :-) No "politics", just no money. Bankrupt?
    Bearish
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    Harley
    Ouch! Market is up but twiddledy is down another 2%. Maybe the cancel culture idea is being rejected by most Americans.
    Bearish
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    StickFinger
    Its impossible to ignore politics when TWTR is a totally political company. People used it thinking it was a neutral patform. Now everyone to the right of Karl Marx knows its not and they can only stay if they ditch every shred of dignity they have and accept whatever weird things demanded of them. The movement away from Twitter is real. This company is finished.
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    JT_kirk20
    how is this good news ?
    08:47 AM EST, 03/01/2021 (MT Newswires) -- Twitter (TWTR) said Monday it plans to offer $1.25 billion worth of convertible senior notes due in 2026 in a private placement to qualified institutional buyers.

    The company said it also plans to grant the initial purchasers of the notes a 13-day option to buy up to an additional $187.5 million of the notes.

    The notes will be unsecured, senior obligations of Twitter, and interest will be payable semi-annually in arrears. The notes will be convertible into cash, shares of Twitter's common stock, or a combination of both, the company said.

    In connection with the pricing of the notes, Twitter expects to enter into privately negotiated convertible note hedge transactions with one or more of the initial purchasers or other financial institutions, the company said.

    Twitter plans to use a part of the net proceeds from this offering to pay the cost of the convertible note hedge transactions, and the remaining proceeds pay any amounts due upon conversion or at maturity of its 1.00% convertible senior notes due 2021 and for general corporate purposes, including capital expenditures, working capital and potential acquisitions.

    share dilution ?
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    John
    Today if $TWTR finishes at or near it's low and tomorrow being a non-descript Friday, it could be very, very brutal. No one will want to hold over the weekend.

    Could it touch the 59s tomorrow at close?
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    CECILIOV
    I closed Twitter, Facebook, & WhatsApp accounts since late January, and I'm never looking back.
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    anton
    Holy macro Twtr from 80 to 61. Can 40-50 far behind .twtr s like a lonely 😩 leaf shavering n a wintery blast from Siberia.
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    Turk
    Up 120% since last August. Stock price 16x sales/share. Negative EPS. Profit margin -31%. ROE - 14%. Revenue $3.7 Bil . Book Value $10/share. Market Cap $68 Bil ? This stock is pumped up to moon?
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    Tom
    a $10 stock trading at $63.
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    John
    For Saturday night fun, let's compare and contrast the Governors of our four largest states: CA, TX, FL, NY

    Ready ... goooo!!!

    If ever there were more stark contrasts in America, I don't know what they would be.
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    Juergen
    I could not care less about the politics surrounding Twitter.
    I do know that fundamentals and technical valuations of the stock simply do not add up. Not even remotely close.
    I am out.
    Bearish
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    Markith
    20%+ overvalued
    Bearish
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    John
    I just checked the volume chart on the day graph. There is a lot of nothingness in terms of volume this afternoon ... less difficult to swing the trades that fill at Ask. Congrats to $TWTR, it may be an even or positive day. No tail for low at close so next week is a toss-up.
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    Mango
    $SNAP conversation
    Growth tech names like $ZM $TSLA $SNAP $PINS $SFIX $TWLO $NVDA $TWTR etc. selling off for a simple reason. Powell saying that when the economy returns to normal so will inflation. This leads to strong fundamentals growth (booming economy) but rising rate environment. Rising rates hit DCF discount rates on growth stocks (all of the aforementioned names have huge multiples). This means the highest multiple stocks start coming back to reality. I've been rolling back into my highest conviction names. As fundamentals show their strength, the market will likely get over the temporary valuation correction and re-rate growth names higher. I'm not going long value tech ($INTC or $FB or $AAPL), I'm going to stick to what works. Long $PINS and $SNAP more specifically.
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    John
    To both liberal and conservative leaning individuals:

    "Pause and take a moment to reflect on the January 6th 'INSURRECTION'. Not a single firearms was brought by hundreds of thousands of people, with a good percentage being firearm owners and NRA members, to the Capitol. Would the demons (media, lying politicians, FBI) leading you astray? No need to argue, just think about the messages you have been 'told' and what logic tells you. What, it was the worst insurrection from a armed population EVER in THE HISTORY OF MANKIND or was it a FALSE FLAG event?"
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    Bill
    market down gas prices and taxes up this is what you voted for
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    Harley
    Ouch! Now down 5%. Rumor is that millions of accounts have left and moved to Parler and others? Investors now need to calculate just how low will it go.
    Bearish