Twitter's quiet period ends
A few different opinions from Wall Street were floating around. How's the market reacting?
There are a few different opinions about Twitter’s future floating around the market -- for instance, Deutsche Bank thinks it could hit $50, while Bank of America is calling for a $36 price target.
Motley Fool One Analyst Jason Moser isn’t worried about the different opinions -- while he knows that the company’s business model is still unproven, he likes that Twitter is investing so much in itself so that it can reach more people.
Jason himself actually owns a position in Twitter because he believes in the long-term prospects of the company, and thinks that the short-term noise should be ignored.
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