Moreover, the company said that it's "assymmetric model" has value. While Facebook and LinkedIn have reciprocal user relationships that require consent between friends or contacts, Twitter users can follow whomever they choose, allowing for one person to have an audience of millions.
Twitter has not priced the shares it will offer to the public. Establishing the worth of social media companies can be difficult.
Twitters peers ranges from "modestly overvalued (Facebook) to inexplicably overvalued (LinkedIn)," as Morningstar's Summer described it in a recent note.
The Twitter IPO will test whether promiscuity deserves a premium.-- Written by Chris Nolter in New York