NYSE:TWTR   TWITTER INC
185 18 4
+ Accum/Dist breaking out + CMF             breaking range has me intrigued
All up to earnings
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JXMFinancial QuantitativeExhaustion
2 years ago
Im rolling the dice hoping for 2013 FB type move. A lot of similarities since IPO
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QuantitativeExhaustion PRO JXMFinancial
2 years ago
Everyone is. I'm seeing a double bottom pattern shape up, big picture. $30 next target
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JXMFinancial QuantitativeExhaustion
2 years ago
You see a $9 drop? Please confirm as dbl btm are usually bullish.
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QuantitativeExhaustion PRO JXMFinancial
2 years ago
snapshot
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JXMFinancial JXMFinancial
2 years ago
Gotcha, you're anticipating a dbl btm off the report. Always a possibility
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JXMFinancial JXMFinancial
2 years ago
Weekly also pretty close to a bearish bat/crab setup. B was slightly overshot, but rest line up perfect. Btm could already be in. GL Im selling some covered call anyway just in case
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QuantitativeExhaustion PRO JXMFinancial
2 years ago
Can you post that bat/crab
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JXMFinancial QuantitativeExhaustion
2 years ago
Bearish bat
- I also posted a link showing sample setups/ranges. Its very close to a bat if $35 is bottom. If not dbl btm would be next target at 30.
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JXMFinancial QuantitativeExhaustion
2 years ago
FB hit the bat and the crab about the same amount of time from IPO. Stocks do have personalities and similar investor personalities between the 2. If TV archives well, I posted a few FB harmonics couple years ago
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QuantitativeExhaustion PRO JXMFinancial
2 years ago
TWTR is a bit different than FB. TWTR still has yet to prove it can earn $. I don't think investors will be satisfied with TWTR until the current CEO leaves. Also new video streaming on TWTR with Ads will probably do the trick for TWTR, but wont see that $ until this summer.
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JXMFinancial QuantitativeExhaustion
2 years ago
Right before FB jumped 30%, it had terrible sentiment, no real way to monetize. Very similar setup to TWTR now with the charts

I feel like if CEO was leaving and report was bad, it would of been fired few weeks ago.
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QuantitativeExhaustion PRO JXMFinancial
2 years ago
FB was showing a profit before the 30% jump in June of 2013. TWTR has not shown any profit. Like I said TWTR is just now starting to beta test video streaming ads. $ won't start rolling in till this summer. Too late for this CEO. Investors wanted results last year.
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JXMFinancial QuantitativeExhaustion
2 years ago
I dont disagree. I just cant ignore the setup and time from IPO. TWTR could screw the pooch here as Costello isnt the best CEO in the world. The crab measures around $102. TWTR should be around awhile as simple communication is now necessary.
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QuantitativeExhaustion PRO JXMFinancial
2 years ago

Well i played the FB move in 2013 and it was one of my best trades. I was closely looking at FB development in mobile. I knew that mobile ads were the ace up the sleeve, and everyone was doubting. I don't see TWTR fundamentally in the same area as FB, YET. However, I do see video as a means for TWTR to earn profit. Perhaps even taking over YouTube as the #4-#5 spot on global search hits.
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JXMFinancial QuantitativeExhaustion
2 years ago
I do agree that FB is and was > TWTR fundamentally. Valuation was also in FBs favor. Either way, this is a big report or DT continues.
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JXMFinancial JXMFinancial
2 years ago
Leight runs estimize and concensus shows upside

http://stocktwits.com/message/32155308
http://www.estimize.com/twtr/fq4-2014?utm_medium=chart_share&utm_source=release_page#chart=
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JXMFinancial JXMFinancial
2 years ago
Those are 2 links above
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