The Red Flags Sending Twitter, Inc. Stock to All-Time Lows

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Twitter stock has taken an incredible hit lately. With the help of the recent lockup expiration, shares have sunk 50% from the all-time highs it achieved in late 2013. In fact, Twitter shares recently reached all-time lows.

In the following video, senior Fool technology specialist Daniel Sparks examines the reasons for Twitter's decline. He identifies two red flags that have investors concerned: a pricey valuation and slower-than-expected user growth. But Daniel also notes that the market's dramatic response to these red flags may be overblown. A bit of perspective reveals an excellent and rapidly growing business that could make a solid long-term holding after the sell-off.

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The article The Red Flags Sending Twitter, Inc. Stock to All-Time Lows originally appeared on Fool.com.

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