Barrons: Twitter Stock Expensive Despite Selloff
May 1, 2014
Investors send a message, torpedoing shares of the microblogging service due to subpar quarterly results. If the stock slips to the mid-$30s, institutional investors who snagged the IPO price may take profits, says James Gellert, CEO of Rapid Ratings, a New York research firm that scores companies on a scale of 1 to 100, with the higher the better. Twitter’s score of 16 puts it well below Facebook (FB) and LinkedIn (LNKD).