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Old 10-02-2015, 07:52 AM   Nav to Top  #1
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Jack Dorsey's return will show the investor's what they want.
TWTR will gear up with more user base. Stocks to head north. Next quarter will show better results.
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I'd agree on the hold. Jack Dorsey has been behind some Twitter's biggest product innovations and I think his leadership will bring renewed user growth.
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Whether one holds TWTR or takes a loss really depends upon one's entry point. I'm a fan and, as a news junkie, I really like the instantaneous dissemination of information. The search engines can't match the instant service; Google began addressing its shortcomings by signing an agreement to index tweets. Pundits complain Twitter is too difficult to use but I blame management for not hiring technical writers to write user manuals. Programmers and engineers generally are poor writers of enduser manuals; assumption of prior knowledge is a severe shortcoming. Pundits unfortunately compare TWTR and FB whereas they are completely different services. Before TWTR crashed below its IPO, I sold all but a few hundred shares to reinvest elsewhere. I'm afraid it will be a slow climb back. Frankly, I think shareholders may be better served if Alphabet/Google were to buy Twitter.
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I agree, its not a good time to buy now. The company is striving its best to beat a major challenge i.e. grow its monthly active user base. Reports claim that the its active user base count remains stagnant at 320 million… and this is a red alert for Jack Dorsey. In order to engage its users, Twitter even switched from hearts to stars, but all in vain, as users flipped out. Let’s wait and watch what’s next!

Look at what Dorsey has to say: Click here!
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I agree with (name), not a good time to buy now. The company is striving its best to beat a major challenge i.e. grow its monthly active user base. Reports claim that the its active user base count remains stagnant at 320 million… and that is a red alert for Jack Dorsey. In order to engage its users, Twitter even switched from hearts to stars, but all in vain, as users flipped out. Let’s wait and watch what’s next!

Look at what Dorsey has to say: Click here!
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Robert Phillips agree with you. Hearts and stars aren't so fascinating to users. But there are reasons to hold it still.
Check this master investor article about Twitter
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Agree but there are several reasons to hold twitter. check the master investor article on Twitter: masterinvestor.co.uk/equities/twitter-is-the-stock-to-own-for-2016-for-me/
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Default Any thoughts as to why TWTR rose 5.2% today?

It doesn't seem to make much sense to me. Two top execs jump ship and people start buying? I bought a put half way through the day and the stock continued to rise. Hoping monday will offset it...
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