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The Original Major
Catalysts for the tWITTER TWTR Weekly
The Original Major
Catalysts for the Twitter TWTR Weekly
interactive media sector, of large tech companies, Twitter Inc. (NYSE:TWTR),
a global platform for public self-expression and conversation in real time, saw traders buy the rumor and sell the news on Monday, bidding
up the stock to a 2-week high after reports that CEO Jack Dorsey would step
down and dumping positions aggressively after he announced his immediate
selloff made perfect sense, with Chief Technology Officer Parag Agrawal taking
the helm, raising fresh doubts about the company’s ability to translate
eyeballs into profits.
news that Jack Dorsey is stepping down as chief executive officer of the social
media company comes after the stock rose just 63% during the co-founder’s
six-year tenure. That’s a far cry from the multi-fold gains in peers such as
Facebook-owner Meta Platforms Inc. or Amazon.com Inc. on the NYFANG+ Index.
topped out near 75 less than two months after coming public and entered a steep
downtrend that bottomed out in the mid-teens in 2016. A 2017 uptrend stalled at
the IPO opening print in 2018, yielding a secondary decline that posted a
higher low during March 2020’s pandemic decline. The subsequent uptick mounted
the 2013 high by 6 points before failing in March 2021, ahead of two-legged
decline that’s now completed a double top breakdown, projecting downside to the
Inc. is a global platform for public self-expression and conversation in real
time. It provides a network that connects users to people, information, ideas,
opinions and news. The company's services include live commentary, live
connections and live conversations. Its application provides social networking
services and micro-blogging services through mobile devices and the Internet.
The company can also be used as a marketing tool for businesses.
products and services include Promoted Tweets, Promoted Accounts and Promoted
was founded by Jack Dorsey, Christopher Isaac Stone, Noah E. Glass, Jeremy
LaTrasse and Evan Williams on March 21, 2006 and is headquartered in San
The Major Catalysts for the TWITTER TWTR Weekly Options Trade…..
statements that cast doubt about Agrawal’s commitment to free speech emerged
within hours of taking over, triggering waves of criticism on the platform
while stoking fears the organization will develop new censorship tools to
silence political opposition and debate about important issues like the
pandemic, the economy, and social justice.
leaving behind a string of failed marketing initiatives, camouflaged by
election and pandemic-driven user spikes.
stock has performed terribly since the 2013 initial public offering (IPO) and
is now trading less than 3 points above the opening print in that session.
Price action translates into an annual return of less than 35 cents per year,
highlighting Dorsey’s weak management skills in a booming social media sector.
The inexperienced Agrawal is unlikely to make headway on these challenges while
he settles into his new position, generating even greater uncertainty for
3. Parag Agrawal …..
on Monday appointed technology chief Parag Agrawal as its chief executive
officer, replacing Jack Dorsey.
joined Twitter more than a decade ago as a software engineer and was appointed
chief technology officer in October 2017.
Twitter's technical strategy and was responsible for improving the pace of
software development while advancing the use of machine learning across the
Agrawal is the youngest CEO of an S&P 500 company.
December 2019, Agrawal has also been working on Project Bluesky, an independent
team of open-source architects, engineers and designers to combat abusive and
misleading information on Twitter.
to a question on protecting free speech and fighting misinformation in an
interview with the MIT Technology Review in 2020, Agrawal said "our (Twitter's) role is not to be
bound by the First Amendment, but our role is to serve a healthy public
conversation and our moves are reflective of things that we believe lead to a
healthier public conversation."
5. Missouri Sen. Josh Hawley Comments…..
Sen. Josh Hawley says private citizens should be able to sue Twitter on 'Fox
prohibiting images 'shared ... without
the consent of the person depicted.'
room for the tech giant to censor conservative voices on "Fox News
"We ought to break them up," Hawley said. "At the end of the day, here's the deal: The last thing America
needs is another Big Tech robber baron that doesn't care anything for free
speech, and that's exactly what Twitter is giving us."
"Let's just remember what
Twitter does … to make their money. They track us around the web, everywhere
they go, everywhere we go, they collect a dossier on us. They sell our
information, they profit off of us. I promise you, they're not going to stop
doing any of that stuff."
1) Following Dorsey - Dorsey wrote in an email to
Twitter staff that he is now leaving the company to ensure it “can break away
from its founding and founders.” Now Agrawal will have the difficult task of
proving to employees that he has the vision to take Twitter into its next
That may not be easy. News of
Dorsey’s departure reportedly sent shockwaves through Twitter’s staff, and a
poll on the anonymous app Blind found that three-quarters of roughly 150
Twitter employees had their doubts about Agrawal.
2) Meeting Growth Targets – Twitter exerts an outsize influence
thanks to the high-profile politicians, celebrities, and members of the media
who use the platform to share their unfiltered thoughts with the public. But it
has a much smaller user base than competitors like Facebook, with 211 million
daily active users compared to Facebook’s 1.9 billion. Following the Elliott
Management deal in 2020, Twitter announced the ambitious new targets of growing
its user base by 20% annually through 2023 and doubling its yearly revenue to
Now the company is betting on new
products and features to entice new users and get others more engaged. Dorsey
said earlier this year that he wanted to “double the number of features per
employee that directly drive” growth in users or revenue. To that end, the
company has been rolling out features this year that give users greater control
over their privacy, and introduced a new paid product, Twitter Blue, that gives
people the ability to customize the app to their liking, as well as the highly
desirable power to undo a Tweet. (The feature allows users to delay publishing
a tweet for a few moments, giving them time to claw it back rather than
publishing and then hastily deleting it.)
This represents a notable pickup in
pace for Twitter, which historically has been slow to roll out new products. It
will be up to Agrawal to keep building on that momentum.
3) Dealing with Misinformation - Under Dorsey, Twitter frequently
came under criticism for misinformation and hate speech that has flourished on
the platform. The company introduced new features in recent months aimed at
helping to curb at least some of those issues.
Speaking with MIT Technology Review
last year in his capacity as CTO, Agrawal said that Twitter’s responsibility
did not lie in trying to distinguish between truth and falsehoods, and that
removing content shouldn’t be a first resort.
But Agrawal also has acknowledged
that relying on automation to flag misinformation means the company can be slow
to react to the spread of fake news. “It
takes us a while to develop a process to scale, to have automation to enforce
the policy,” he said at a VentureBeat conference in July 2020. “I’m not proud that we missed a large amount
of misinformation even where we have a policy because we haven’t been able to
build these automated systems.”
7. Analysts Thoughts.....
souring run in stock markets, Twitter has now appointed Parag Agrawal, formerly
the chief technology officer.
“Whilst his last tweet (before
resignation) declared his love for the platform, Jack Dorsey hasn’t exactly
been the faithful type,” said AJ Bell analyst Danni Hewson, pointing to his other CEO role at
Square Inc. “There were plenty of
investors who wondered whether it would be better served by a new master. Today
it has one and one that certainly knows the ropes.”
Also, Twitter had its price objective dropped by analysts at Citigroup
from $60.00 to $47.00 in a research report issued to clients and investors on
Wednesday. The brokerage presently has a “neutral” rating on the social
networking company’s stock. Citigroup’s price target indicates a potential
upside of 6.96% from the company’s current price. The analysts noted that the
move was a valuation call.
Intelligence analyst Mandeep Singh said that while Dorsey’s time commitment
with Square was likely a factor in Twitter’s lackluster performance, the
company also struggled to find its groove in terms of execution. He said
Twitter has lagged behind peers as social media has evolved, both on the
product side as well as advertising infrastructure.
doesn’t expect any drastic changes in how Twitter will think of its strategy as
Agrawal takes the helm, given he was part of the company’s management team. He
expects the user growth and revenue targets for 2023 have become harder to
achieve in the near term as Agrawal may establish goals of his own.