Twitter, in keeping with its conservative approach to its forthcoming IPO, has set an offer price at about 9.5 times projected 2014 sales -- making it cheaper than other hot social media stocks like Facebook and LinkedIn. No doubt, the Twitter IPO will set the market on fire - at least on Day One. But before you get too excited,
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Today (Monday), Money Morning Chief Investment Strategist Keith Fitz-Gerald appeared on FOX Business' "Varney & Co." to answer the question, "Will Twitter Stock Be a Buy?"
In its Thursday initial public offering (IPO) filing, Twitter disclosed it made $47.5 million from selling off user data to companies working in analytics.
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You see, not even five years ago, the Big Three were teetering on the edge of destruction and irrelevance, with dismal sales and empty coffers, running losses in the hundreds of millions on products that nobody wanted. The global financial crisis was the last nail in a coffin more than 10 years in the crafting.
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