I start looking at my Twitter (TWTR) feed shortly after I get up. During lunch? Sure. I check in on my evening commute and before I turn in for the evening. Maybe I need to check the chart of TWTR a lot more often as the picture has changed rapidly.
In this daily chart, above, we can see a saucer-like bottom formation for TWTR from January through July. In August, the swings up and down get more dramatic, including an island reversal in late September/early October. Prices break above and below the 50-day and the 200-day moving averages. One indicator during all these ups and downs that has been steadily bullish is the On-Balance-Volume (OBV) line. The line has kept trending higher from a May low. Making a price forecast would be really dicey right now considering all the gaps, but I would look for an upside move and not a downside breakdown with the bullish OBV line.