Shares of San-Francisco, California-based Twitter Inc
have tanked nearly 14% from the highs recorded a week ago. Reportedly, a buyout is off the table for now, the primary reason for the sharp correction. What's scary for investors is that this has become a recurring trend, with the stock running up and subsequently losing nearly 14% twice since August. And with analysts predicting a further 8% fall from its last closing price, Twitter is best avoided in the short term. But Twitter Inc is not dead yet
. The growing promise of live streaming, improving free cash flows, and a host of other recent moves make Twitter a stock to watch over the next 6 months.