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Turning Bullish On Twitter

Jan. 05, 2022 11:16 AM ETTwitter, Inc. (TWTR)23 Comments


  • TWTR has been consistently pummeled in the past several months.
  • Earnings estimates have moved lower, but the valuation has improved immensely.
  • With critical support just below today's price, I'm turning bullish on Twitter, provided it can hold support.
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Growth stocks, as well as technology stocks, have been pummeled in the past few weeks. There are concerns about valuations in light of rising rates - which are being fueled by inflation fears - and stocks that are reliant upon high valuations are

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Comments (23)

Prof Ed Re profile picture
I have thousands of followers on Twitter but my language and topics must be kept within twitters approval. The platform definitely controls what is allowed on it's site. One loses interest rather fast when one cannot speak with a degree of honesty or integrity. It violates one's sense of self worth. I have a feeling Twitter will become a platform for those who tow the line. I'm scared to invest in a business who's underlying motive is not making money.
@Prof Ed Re I agree. To me it seems like a left-wing echo chamber. If you’re not mindlessly repeating MSNBC or CNN talking point, ban.
At the end of the day, TWTR ads simply have poor targeting and most users just don't click on the ads due to the text heaviness aspect of the UI. I need to see them execute more before I would be a bull
Facebook and Twitter are on my never list , strictly because of the extreme over the top out of control censorship they perpetuate even when stating researched facts , just unbelievable what we are allowing them to get away with.
@SteveX They have a total right to. It's their call.
Actually, they don't. They have a legal, fiduciary obligation to their shareholders. Picking and choosing which opinions are 'acceptable' does not contribute to shareholder interests.
@Dividends are Cool Nope. Incorrect. I am a senior exec in a public company (different business). Management has broad discretion to make decisions like this. They have every right to ban liars and conspiracy spreaders.
When people like Joe Rogan talk about leaving Twitter due to the censorship issues, you know this ride is over. Twitter is no longer cool.
@9013185412 Joe Rogan. What a role model. I'm buying more.
Bultaco-13 profile picture
@9013185412 Completely agree…the censorship has reached theater of the absurd levels. It’s almost like they’re purposely trying to destroy the company.
@Bultaco-13 Well, they probably only hire alt-left employees. Those type of people hate capitalism, so I imagine they really might be trying to destroy the company they work for.
TooEasy profile picture
These triggered assholes need to stop persecuting conservatives and run Twitter like a business with stockholders.
@TooEasy They are only censoring liars. I'm a shareholder and I it's fine with me if they boot liars.
bluescorpion0 profile picture
@adpoland12 who determines what a lie is? It is more complicated. How do you know the factcheckers aren't lying, or ignorant or both?
@scorpion.north It's pretty evident when someone makes a ridiculous claim. Examples: "moon landings were fake" ; "9/11 was an inside job" ; "vaccines are a liberal conspiracy" ; "massive voter fraud in 2020 Presidential election", etc.
If TWTR closes under $40.00 as Carl Futia mentioned in his BLOG today-------not looking good for TWTR!! PS------I am a long term holder of TWTR and not happy how this story has played out under the reign of Senior Dorsey!!
Not to be flip about it but the fact that both Jack and Cathy are out of the picture is a good thing for the company and the stock. Here's my wild ass prediction for 2022. All the user metrics bottom out and start to turn positive in H1. Before the end of the year, there is a bid for the stock from one of the larger players.
carlomiami profile picture
Yes , we are as well , I think it will move to $55 in short time .
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