A tiny far more than a week ago, I posted my initial take on Twitter and argued that even in the absence of economic info from the business (considering that the prospectus had not been filed but), you could price the organization. Primarily based on these data, I assume that for every single $1.50 increment in future revenues, Twitter will have to invest a dollar in capital this allows me to estimate the reinvestment (such as net cap ex, change in functioning capital, R&D and acquisitions) each and every year. Stop adding back stock-primarily based compensation to come up with adjusted EBITDA and acting like acquisitions made with stock truly cost you nothing at all.
Your tweet won’t be shown to them in their Interactions tab, they’d have to go actively hunting for it. They can do this in 3 techniques, I do not feel it matters if they’re logged in or logged out: (1) go to your timeline where they can see all of your tweets or (two) they can also do a search for all of your tweets or (three) they can do a search for mentions sent to them.