The social media giant's shares surged on Thursday after it reported a solid first quarter and good growth in daily active users.
To say that TWTR absolutely crushed expectations might not do the firm's performance justice.
The sharp rebound in dMAU and MAU coupled with an acceleration in ads augurs well for Twitter's shares.
Income-seeking investors on the hunt for stocks that pay out monthly dividends will not be disappointed, with some solid firms to choose from.
However, soft guidance from Netflix and so-so earnings from IBM are keeping positive sentiment contained.
We're not talking about a rival startup. We're talking about one of the most successful and deep-pocketed media/entertainment companies on the planet.
A pair of earnings report this week will shed light on the future direction of two fast-growing companies in very different fields.
As we see from Netflix, valuations can become much more extreme when streaming growth is accelerating.
A key chart pattern indicates we soon could see at least a bit of a pullback after the latest rally; we also offer a quick update on Alphabet.
Facebook is looking for quality content and is willing to pony up the dough to get it.