Twitter Is Just for Trading

Another day and another sour note on Twitter (TWTR) from an analyst. Twitter, the stock, is certainly seeing little fanfare from the analyst community. There are more Hold ratings than Buy ratings and even a few sells. Most of the "non-favorable" ratings seem to stem from the idea of valuation. I find it very interesting to see valuation calls this early after an IPO. What's interesting is that these calls are having almost no impact on the stock. 

Sure, some folks will point to the nano-second blip at $50 and say that valuation matters, but look at the price the stock closed at on the first day. We still aren't far from it. Even after getting hit with multiple downgrades, and yes, I view initiating a stock with a Hold rating the same as a downgrade, we are a stone's throw from the closing level of the first day. It makes you wonder what could happen to this stock if some analysts change their tunes and start an upgrade cycle....308 more words left in this article. To read them, just click below and try Real Money FREE for 14 days.

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