Twitter Inc (TWTR) Stock Headed Back To $55: Elliott Wave Expert

5
Twitter Inc (TWTR) Stock Headed Back To $55: Elliott Wave Expert
geralt / Pixabay

Twitter Inc (NYSE:TWTR) shares slumped today, falling more than 6% after Forbes contributor Ramki Ramakrishnan said Elliott Waves could suggest that the stock could fall back to $55 a share before it turns around. The writer used the Elliott Wave Principle, which dates back to the 1930s and was created by Ralph Nelson Elliott. He said all impulse waves consist of five waves, and Ramakrishnan said this can be applied to Twitter stock as well.

Play Quizzes 4

Predicting Twitter moves with Elliott Waves

According to the theory, investors will start looking at a stock right after a “significant low.” Then they should watch for five minor wave increases, which will indicate that the first bigger wave is complete. This is followed, according to Ramakrishnan, by a downward move which happens in three waves. This downward move is the second wave of the bigger move.

How Value Investors Can Win With Tech And “Fallen” Growth Stocks

Valuation Present ValueMany value investors have given up on their strategy over the last 15 years amid concerns that value investing no longer worked. However, some made small adjustments to their strategy but remained value investors to the core. Now all of the value investors who held fast to their investment philosophy are being rewarded as value Read More

After that second wave is finished, he said investors will “eagerly buy up shares” because the following wave “will be very powerful and carry a great distance higher.”

Examining Twitter’s chart

The contributor pointed to Twitter Inc (NYSE:TWTR)’s stock chart and notes that the second wave fell to precisely the 50% retracement level of the first wave. He said this is especially important for analysts who follow the Elliott Wave model because of the Fibonacci number series.

Ramakrishnan said for those who bought Twitter Inc (NYSE:TWTR) stock during its second wave, the amount the third wave will go up is important. He said “a normal third wave” could reach up to 161.8% of the first wave. However, he notes that the theory also says that at least one of the first three waves often travels “an usually [sic] long distance.”

He notes that during the third wave, shares of Twitter went up 600% of the first wave. In addition, he noted a rarity associated with Twitter’s wave. He said a strong bull market can create a second extension in a wave, which happened with Twitter in its fifth wave, which he said extended. In fact, he said the fifth and third waves were about equal in length, although the fifth wave went slightly higher.

Updated on

Michelle Jones is editor-in-chief for ValueWalk.com and has been with the site since 2012. Previously, she was a television news producer for eight years. She produced the morning news programs for the NBC affiliates in Evansville, Indiana and Huntsville, Alabama and spent a short time at the CBS affiliate in Huntsville. She has experience as a writer and public relations expert for a wide variety of businesses. Email her at Mjones@valuewalk.com.
Previous article Gerald Minack Contemplates Mistakes, Triumphs Of 2013
Next article LinkedIn Corp (LNKD) Files Lawsuit Against Unidentified Hackers

No posts to display

5 COMMENTS

  1. This message is for the uneducated investors buying TWTR at EXORBITANT inflated prices, and the
    warnings of these supposed expert analysts (see recent downgrades below – average
    price target = $40), may I borrow your shares so I can sell TWTR short? I promise to pay reasonable interest, so long
    as you allow me to cover my short after their earnings announcement on January
    30.

    Date Firm Type Rating Price Target

    1/6/2014 CRT Capital Downgrade Fairly Valued N/A

    1/6/2014 Morgan Stanley Downgrade Underweight 33

    12/27/2013 Macquarie Downgrade Underperform 46

    12/17/2013 Atlantic Equities Downgrade Neutral 50

    12/16/2013 Wells Fargo Downgrade Underperform 37.5

    12/16/2013 SunTrust
    Robinson Downgrade Neutral 50

    12/2/2013 BofA/Merrill Lynch New Coverage Underperform 36

    11/20/2013 Cantor Fitzgerald Downgrade Hold 32

Comments are closed.