NEW YORK (TheStreet) -- A positive reaction to earnings as well as several analyst upgrades this morning has sent beaten down Yelp (YELP - Get Report) soaring as much as +14% today, leading many on StockTwits to speculate that perhaps it has put in a bottom (at least in the short term)? Message volume on the StockTwits.com Yelp stream has been exploding as investors warm up to the idea:
More importantly, the price action in (YELP - Get Report) may be sending signals about the state of other beaten down siblings:
Who would have thought it would be $YELP that revives $SOCL? $FB $LNKD - Andrew A (@Furan) May. 1 at 08:39 AM
Note how $TWTR disappointment couldn't hurt the momo stocks yesterday but $YELP win is juicing them up. That's bullish action - HCPG (@HCPG) May. 1 at 08:11 AM
We wouldn't be fading $YELP with more positive comments out on $FB - looks like a bit more "rotation" back into #socialmedia $LNKD up next - Anacott Steel (@BPGAG) May. 1 at 07:05 AMAs investors have had time to digest the latest data, some bullish themes are beginning to emerge:
$YELP great company, low market cap, good takeover prospect or potential to become a bigger company on its own. Mkt always pay up for growth - X (@StarPower) May. 1 at 06:50 AM
$YELP growth metrics year over year are VERY promising, user growth and new contract business growth both +40% y/y - MG (@studatnu2002) May. 1 at 07:04 AM
$YELP A nice surprise. Average news is good news finally. - Howard Lindzon (@howardlindzon) May. 1 at 08:24 AMIf the bullish thesis holds, the next question becomes: Where can we go from here?
If $YELP can make of bullish break of $71, looks like clear sailing into the $80 area. Watch for momentum to build. http://stks.co/i0Yrp - Options Elite (@OptionsElite) May. 1 at 08:58 AMThe good news for bulls is, sentiment is showing signs of supporting higher prices:
Quantified StockTwits messages for $YELP ready to break down trend after warning in March. Bullish. http://stks.co/b0VDk - Blair Jensen (@DownsideHedge) May. 1 at 10:02 AMFollow me on StockTwits: @chicagosean This article represents the opinion of a contributor and not necessarily that of TheStreet or its editorial staff.