Twitter (NYSE: TWTR) has been looking to meet its schedule and post its latest data on earnings on 29th April, Thursday. The company has set the guidance for Q1 2021 at EPS.
Stock Commentary On TWTR
In its latest earnings announcement on 9th February, Tuesday, TWTR reported an EPS of $0.38, overshooting the estimated $0.31. A 31.70% net margin was reported as well. On Thursday, the stock opened with a value of $67.33. The highest and the lowest value of the stock over a period of 52 weeks stands at $80.75 and $26.45 respectively. The market capitalization value of the company stands at $53.77B with a 0.86 beta. The moving average of the stock over 50 days stands at $67.02 while that of 200 days stands at $55.73.
Several research analysts have issued their reports on the stock recently. Guggenheim upped their objective price to $60 from $48 and issued a rating of “neutral” on 10th February, Wednesday. Mizuho upped their price target to $67 from $57 while issuing a rating of “neutral” on 26th February, Friday. BMO Capital Markets upped their target price to $75 from $45 while issuing a rating of “market perform” on 25th February, Thursday. Moffet Nathanson upgraded their rating to “sell” from “neutral” while setting a price target of $55 on 11th February, Thursday. Finally, Stifel Nicolaus upped their objective price to $70 from $60 on 26th February for TWTR.
Vijay Gadde, an insider, sold off 2388 TWTR shares on 15th April, Thursday at a $70.61 average price per share. Mathew Derella, another insider, sold off 21438 shares on 3rd February, at a $54.78 average price per share.
In the previous quarter, 80833 of the company’s shares have been sold by insiders, at a total value that stands at $4889126. Insiders currently own 2.64% of TWTR stocks.