Twitter, Inc. (TWTR)
$42.99 0.15 (0.34%)
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Market Cap 32.36B
PE Ratio 2,149.74
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 6.69M
Day's Range 42.59 - 43.73
52-Week Range 20.00 - 46.82
Dividend & Yield N/A (N/A)
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A potential subscription service for Twitter won't ever be that popular, and it's already fully priced into TWTR stock.
Nio, Boeing, Visa, Gold and Twitter were our top stock trades for Wednesday. So, let's look at the charts to see how these names set up now.
Twitter earnings on Thursday have TWTR stock climbing higher despite the company missing both EPS and revenue estimates from Wall Street.
TikTok maybe getting banned and a potential subscription service are good news for TWTR stock, but not as good as the market thinks.
Snap, Nio, Biogen and Twitter were our top stock trades for Thursday. That said, let's see how the charts are setting up after some big moves.
As long as Twitter doesn’t lose as many advertisers as Facebook, it is the perfect target for a bullish put write.
Facebook (NASDAQ:FB) and Twitter, Inc. (NYSE:TWTR) are both struggling as brands pull their advertising from these platforms over policies regarding political speech.
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Twitter is perhaps one of the best mediums when it comes to staying up to date with what is happening around the world, and sometimes, we are all held responsible for retweeting or even replying to some tweet without really reading the content or paying any attention to it. However, that is about to start […]
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Back in July, Twitter became the target of cyberattackers that hijacked high-profile accounts to run a bitcoin scam. Now, the company has published a post detailing how it’s keeping Twitter secure and making sure that incident won’t happen again, especially since it’s election season in the US. As the company explains, some of its teams need access to user data to keep Twitter running.
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