Twitter raises IPO price range
The social network now aims to sell shares for between $23 and $25 each, up from an initial range of $17 to $20.
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I expected this BS...put in for 200 only to see it go up 6-8 bucks on the offer on an over-scribed-profit-less company built on hype...
Let me know when they make a profit, and when the price goes back to $15...
Moonshot my azz, Yeah maybe for a few days when you can't bail...
And I can't wait to see how the little guys fare...Plus not getting shares.
Institutions, trading houses, holders of record and rich guys get rich; While others hold the bag.
This isn't my/our first rodeo...nor IPO.
The IPO date being offered, will probably be when the Market opens Thursday, Nov. 7th. or sometime that morning...
The indication of interest is/was from Oct 28th. "until today Nov. 4th at 4 pm."
70 million shares offered.
expected pricing was to be $17-20..
pricing on the Nov. 6th. and probably usually opened for offer on the next day.
Expected pricing to be $23-25...more then likely on the high end.(25)
And maybe offering up to 100 million shares...?
(part of that is in the article)....the rest was from my e-mail offering.
Brent....Still not buying at that price....And now don't care what it does.
I've even heard price may go to $50 bucks opening day...
Where will it be 1st. of December...??
or 1st. of year...??
RE-tog;Do you know how many young people have Twitter accounts?By Christmas it will be
millions and millions.In a couple of years almost everybody.They will swim in cash.
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