Twitter (TWTR) stock just got slammed from the high-$40s to the low-$30s after it lowered profit estimates. So is this the time to buy?
Twitter (TWTR) has now joined the ranks of the Elite Stocks. So expect this stock to be accumulated by institutions.
For the first three qtrs of 2017 Twitter (TWTR) posted negative profit growth. Then last qtr profits rose 19%, and everyone jumped on the bandwagon. Except me.
Twitter’s (TWTR) negative conference call has spooked investors, and I will sell TWTR from the Growth Portfolio and Aggressive Growth Portfolio today.
Twitter (TWTR) dropped after it reported earnings, but the lowered estimates aren’t too bad.