Twitter share: Something is brewing! ()

The Twitter rate was determined on December 4th, 2021, 3:56 p.m. on the New York home exchange at USD 42.07. The paper belongs to the segment “telecommunications services”.

In an in-house analysis, we rated Twitter according to the 7 most important factors based on the latest data. This results in a rating as “Buy”, “Hold” or “Sell”. These 7 different individual factors then lead to a consolidated overall assessment of the outlook for the share.

1. Sentiment and buzz: In addition to analyzes from banks, the yardstick for sentiment around stocks is also the long-term sentiment among investors and users on the Internet. The number of posts over a longer period of time and the change in mood provide a good long-term picture of the mood. We examined Twitter’s stock for these two factors. The number of posts or discussion intensity showed below-average activity, which in our opinion can be used to generate a “sell” rating. The rate of sentiment change for Twitter saw a positive change during this period. This corresponds to a “buy” rating. In this respect, we give the Twitter share a “Buy” rating in terms of long-term sentiment.

2. Technical analysis: The last 200 trading days resulted in an average closing price of USD 62.27 for the Twitter share. The closing price on the last trading day was USD 42.07 (-32.44 percent difference) and we are therefore assigning a “sell” rating from a technical chart point of view. In addition to the 200-day average, the 50-day average is also often analyzed using the chart technique. The last closing price for this value (USD 56.01) is also below the moving average (-24.89 percent), which means that Twitter shares receive a “sell” rating for this too. Overall, Twitter receives a “sell” rating for the simple chart technique.

3. Industry comparison share price: Twitter achieved a performance of -8.25 percent in the past 12 months. Similar stocks from the “” industry are up 22.87 percent on average, an industry-standard underperformance of -31.12 percent for Twitter. The “telecommunications services” sector had a median return of 19.73 percent last year. Twitter was 27.98 percent below that average. The underperformance in both industry and sector comparison leads to a “sell” rating in this category.

Should Twitter Investors Sell Right Now? Or is it worth getting started?

How will Twitter develop now? Is your money safe in this stock? The answers to these questions and why you need to act now can be found in the latest analysis on Twitter shares.


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