Twitter Becomes Interesting After Stock Collapse


  • Twitter reported disappointing Q1'15 revenues.
  • The company generated huge revenue growth that wasn't exactly bad.
  • The valuation becomes interesting after a nearly 25% drop.
Despite Twitter (NYSE:TWTR) being a favorite app to use and producing rather fast revenue growth, the stock was always extremely expensive. After the micro-blogging service reported a Q1 miss and depressing guidance for the rest of 2015, the stock drop provides an opportunity.

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