The #TWTR hit three-year high after the news that it will replace Monsanto in the SP500. That was the main reason for the bounce.
Post the announcement by the Dow Jones Indices that it would replace Monsanto Company (NYSE:MON) in the S&P 500, Twitter Inc. (NYSE:TWTR) stocks rose heavily on Tuesday by 5%, trading at a three-year high. As a result, Twitter will replace the agriculture and chemicals maker Monsanto, which is in the process of being bought by German giant Bayer.
Twitter stocks pushed to US$39.92, levels not seen since April 2015.
Inclusion in the S&P 500 attracts further buyers to the Twitter stocks, given that Exchange-Traded Funds (ETFs) and Mutual funds, that track SP500 index must now equally buy Twitter shares in accordance with their market weighted value in the Index.
Overview of the Twitter Stock CFD
The #TWTR has formed a huge ascending zig zag pattern and it has made a three-year high. At this point we can see two possible buying zones. The POC 36-36.50 is the first zone for buying and a deeper pullback can be expected if 32.00-33.20 is reached. Targets for the move should be 45.00, 48.38 and 50.00 based on next resistance levels. Only a break below 27.50 might stop the bullish advance.
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