|Bid||32.37 x 100000|
|Ask||32.47 x 100000|
|Day's range||32.08 - 32.17|
|52-week range||22.33 - 40.37|
|Beta (3Y monthly)||-0.52|
|PE ratio (TTM)||18.58|
|Forward dividend & yield||N/A (N/A)|
|1y target est||N/A|
Jun.13 -- Michael Nathanson, senior research analyst at MoffettNathanson, shares his outlook on Twitter Inc. He speaks on "Bloomberg Markets: The Open."
Twitter is rising in above average volume Wednesday, putting it closer to a cup-with-handle base buy point. The base is deep and messy, but the development of a handle is positive. This is the action you should look for if the stock breaks out.
A surge of about 200,000 users believed to be from Saudi Arabia who are frustrated at what they say is censorship by Twitter have helped crash the small social media network Parler, which styles itself as a "free speech-driven" space. The unexpected arrival of the new accounts since Sunday more than doubled the total number of Parler users and crippled some functions, CEO and co-founder John Matze told Reuters. The influx of users has created unusual bedfellows on Parler, which has mostly been a home for supporters of U.S. President Donald Trump after starting up a year ago.
U.S. stocks rose on Thursday after two days of declines, as energy shares rebounded with oil on concerns of supply disruption following attacks on two tankers in the Gulf of Oman. U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said the United States has assessed that Iran is responsible for the attacks, which occurred near Iran and the Strait of Hormuz, through which a fifth of global oil consumption passes. Oil futures ended more than 2% higher on the day, while the S&P 500 energy index gained 1.1%, the most of the 11 major sectors.
The firm cited Twitter’s “extreme valuation,” and the risk that it could give a weak third-quarter outlook when it reports its results next month. The target was cut to $25 from $28. “Now seems to be an especially opportune time to sell Twitter,” given it is facing “difficult” comparisons in the third quarter, analyst Michael Nathanson wrote to clients.
Twitter will fall significantly because of its slowing growth rate later this year, according to MoffettNathanson.
Twitter has taken a pair of shears to its user rules, shaving almost 2,000words off of its T&Cs -- with the stated aim of making it clearer for userswhat is not acceptable behaviour on its platform
The social network doesn't have the demand or targeting data to increase ad load without upsetting users. That's a problem.
Major U.S.-based internet stocks represent substantial opportunities for investors, according to Loop Capital, but it’s Twitter that could rise the most.
Twitter has just announced it has picked up London-based Fabula AI. The deep learning startup has been developing technology to try to identify online disinformation by looking at patterns in how fake stuff vs genuine news spreads online -- making it an obvious fit for the rumor-riled social network. Social media giants remain under increasing political pressure to get a handle on online disinformation to ensure that manipulative messages don't, for example, get a free pass to fiddle with democratic processes.
Twitter has suspended a large number of Chinese-language user accounts,including those belonging to critics of China's government
(Bloomberg Opinion) -- Twitter is showing its users more ads. That’s a clumsy approach to boosting advertising revenue in an age of sophisticated micro-targeting, and it shows the weakness of Twitter’s business model.
The organizations' letter to the firms cited a recent Reuters report https://www.reuters.com/article/us-philipmorris-ecigs-instagram-exclusiv/exclusive-philip-morris-suspends-social-media-campaign-after-reuters-exposes-young-influencers-idUSKCN1SH02K documenting how cigarette maker Philip Morris International Inc has used young personalities on Instagram to sell a new "heated tobacco" product called IQOS. The groups said social media firms are not doing enough to regulate "influencers" on their platforms who are hired by companies to promote nicotine products.
A Twitter Inc. spokeswoman said Tuesday that the company is experimenting with ad load, the industry term used to describe the frequency that users see advertisements. As a result, some people are getting more ads in their Twitter feed than usual. Some journalists first noticed and started tweeting about seeing more ads on Twitter earlier this week.
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Researchers analysed data collected in April 2018 on public followers of Juul’s Twitter account (@JUULvapor) with at least one public tweet. About 45 percent of those who followed Juul were 13 to 17 years old, according to the study published online in JAMA Pediatrics. Only 19 percent of Juul’s followers were at least 21.
Must-Know Updates from Facebook, Amazon, Google, and Twitter(Continued from Prior Part)Twitter unlocks accountsTwitter (TWTR) is unlocking some accounts that had been locked in May 2018 when Europe’s new privacy laws (or GDPR) came into effect.
The Trump Administration is escalating its dispute with (FB) (ticker: FB), (TWTR) (TWTR), Alphabet’s (GOOG) Google, and other internet platforms over charges they engage in political bias. Late Wednesday, the White House’s Twitter account asked its 18.5 million followers if they have been “censored” or “silenced online,” and directed them to an online form. What follows is a series of questions, asking for examples of political bias from Facebook, Twitter, Google’s YouTube, Facebook’s Instagram, and other platforms.
It was in 2011, when Japan suffered a huge earthquake, that he really started paying more attention to the company. Twitter was one of the only ways he and many others could communicate amid mass confusion and damaged infrastructure, and afterward, Twitter’s popularity grew. In 2014, Twitter started letting advertisers promote mobile apps that encouraged users to download or open mobile apps directly from a tweet, and the company started to see revenue accelerate.
"Too many Americans have seen their accounts suspended, banned, or fraudulently reported for unclear ‘violations’ of user policies," according to the form, which the White House’s official Twitter account posted on Wednesday.