NEW YORK (TheStreet) -- Seems wrong to "blog" about the company that convinced the world to communicate in 140 characters or less. On the flip side, it seems appropriate to share the best knee-jerk reactions in the immediate wake of the earnings release, as this ability is what twitter's gift to the world has become.
$TWTR growing 119% YoY revs and finding huge leverage on its biz, falls 9%, feels like bottom to this momo massacre http://stks.co/e0Ufo -- Leigh Drogen (@LDrogen) Apr. 29 at 02:13 PM
$TWTR now that they are at break even for the Q, they need look at expenditures, cut some fat, tighten up -- SOULLOR (@SOULLOR) Apr. 29 at 02:15 PM
It's amazing how $TWTR's pervasiveness continues to be underestimated. Primarily relying on MAUs is a myopic way of evaluating the company. -- Adam Besvinick (@besvinick) Apr. 29 at 02:24 PM
$TWTR I believe that expectations are high for TWTR to go dwn, as the public absorbs the data we will see a change in direction. -- Juan Macias (@Blknite) Apr. 29 at 02:34 PM
$FB use is saturated in the US and has anemic growth in North America. $TWTR at least has a lot of room here and abroad for user growth. -- Jared (@jarsch) Apr. 29 at 02:49 PM
I would love to own $TWTR at the right price. I think its a great platform & will be a great business. Price is my only issue. -- Tsachy Mishal (@CapitalObserver) Apr. 29 at 02:51 PM
95% of politicians, business managers, professionals, graduate students, entertainers & artists actively use $TWTR on a daily basis -- leopardtrader (@leopardtrader) Apr. 29 at 03:08 PM
With a fully diluted EV of ~$24B, $TWTR is approaching the $19B $FB paid for WhatsApp. cc @finkd -- Aron Pinson (@MicroFundy) Apr. 29 at 03:09 PMDespite the share price reaction, I'm detecting a mostly bullish interpretation of the numbers so far. Tomorrow will be interesting. Follow me on StockTwits: @chicagosean At the time of publication, the author held no positions in any of the stocks mentioned. This article represents the opinion of a contributor and not necessarily that of TheStreet or its editorial staff.