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 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 to watch over the next 6 months.