The chatter on Twitter is that the bird may be flying too high. The company has raised the price range for its IPO. It's now $23 to $25 up from $17 to $20. That means the company could raise $2-billion in the offering and have a market cap of $13.9-billion. At the top of the range, shares are priced at about 26 times Twitter's revenues over the past four quarters. Keep in mind, Twitter has never been profitable.
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