NEW YORK ( TheStreet) -- Since Twitter announced it would go public, I have had three people ask me, a total of five or six times, when I planned to publish thoughts on the forthcoming IPO. For a no-name hack such as myself, that's quite a bit of interest, not to mention pressure. Consider it the equivalent -- looking relatively at scale -- of like 300,000 of Jim Cramer's viewers querying as to when he will comment on something.When something dominates the headlines like the Twitter IPO, I sometimes like to wait for the dust to settle before I publish an article. My hope is to (a) not get lost in the rush of the crowd and (b) after having had time to think, come up with a unique take. Given the drivel spewing on this IPO, I'm not sure (b) is possible. #whatevs.
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