+ Watch TWTR
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best social media platform 4 people in a hurry - connect 2 other resources, recreational or professional, faster & meet+share w/ more people who r into what ur into or what u want 2b in2 faster than ne other - nothing catches this in the 4see-able future - no wifi no problem, update & get notification via standard sms....
TWTR lacks the innovation of Facebook, and only parrots Facebook. It was lucky to have survived its IPO, but now is bleeding profits and users.
Now that the initial stock offering has subsided, I think we will see steady growth from Twitter. It may take some time to stabilize, but Twitter has a growing presence from teens/young adults as they become bored with FB and are looking for a place that doesn't also have their parents, teachers, etc. as "Friends".
Like this one long-term: https://www.dropbox.com/s/nao5gs0il8r821g/Twitter%20Deck.pptx
Looks like reality is catching up with this November IPO, which should have a very bright future but is still in the red and likely to remain so for a few more quarters.
In interviews with teens I was advised that they use FB to share pictures and some experiences, but when they want to share thoughts or experiences they use TWTR. Good recommend for TWTR.
TWTR by accident is differentiated in to social media market. Youth is abandoning it, in favor of Snapchat and Instagram for leisure and entertaiment purposes. Enterprises find it less useful in promoting their brand, favoring FB instead. But passionate individuals find it fast and targeted way to push a message. Their are forums where political office holders, head of corporations, news media professionals, semi-professionals, and the passionate everyman can connect and coordinate activities and then report back. On the downside, Twitter's leadership seems feckless. There is a tremendous opportunity during the 2014 and 2016 election seasons to purposefully nurture and dominate as a conduit. TweetDeck is a good example of a right move. Lousy customer service is a good example of how to self-destruct. I am banking on TWTR capitalizing on their niche and not wasting it. Of they don't; they are toast.
twitter has become ubiquitous - barring any gigantic mismanagement, they should go the way of AMZN, GOOG, etc
This is a great company with explosive growth, although its valuation already reflects this. Still pretty early for this company, and I expect this stock to be expensive because of the moat, but at almost 30 times sales, it is hard to pay this much for this stock. To actually put money on this stock, I would consider 15X sales (around $30) as an entry point.
53.48 is where I actually purchased shares so this reflects more accurately.I decided to buy because of the dip....and I feel confident that Twitters management will figure this out just like Facebook did when the shares fell down to $17. Holding for 1 year.
Gonna play this dip. Since I tried to close out after hours before/during the dumb investor collapse. Whatever yo
The company just added 8 mil users this quarter and the stock is trading at a price that is 50 times sales/share (FB has a 25 multiple). I think it is highly overvalued for the next two quarters
I think Twitter is one of those game changer type companies with still untapped potential. Will take some early lumps but in the end will figure it out.
The future of news, not to mention the market got over its disappointment pretty quickly given the way its currently trading
Down 25% in one day on poor active user growth. Stock will likely recover long term.
sorry to burst your bubble folks, the run up was total BS. Twitter cannot and will not be able to earn the revenue people expect it to. Honestly how much can Twitter charge someone to advertise? It def is not much...also if you use Twitter, do you ever click on a sponsored link? No? this is what will lead to Twitter's demise.
1 - Twitter's Interest graph offers a way to personalize marketing to each individual user.2 - Twitter is becoming the 'go-to' spot for information and to quickly communicate breaking news.3 - I think Dick Costolo is a sharp CEO who is capable of navigating through challenges.4 - Twitter is the third largest mobile advertiser, with 70% of ad revenue from mobile devices. Figuring out mobile is crucial for social networks.Twitter is expensive and this morning's user growth numbers were a bit underwhelming. But they also have a clear business strategy (which was not so for several other social media sites) and the ability to change the way the world communicates.It will be a choppy ride, but a long-term outperformer.
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