Even as its stock prices fall, Twitter has been growing stronger across almost every other metric of success.
Colin Sebastian, a senior analyst for Robert W. Baird & Company, told the New York Times:
“Based on where some of these stocks were trading, expectations were already very high and were priced for relative perfection. The reaction when companies don’t achieve great results can be fairly severe.
With stock traders and investors demanding perfection from social sites, stock prices are bound to fluctuate.