Twitter's first earnings report as a public company, due on Wednesday, February 5 after the close, is gonna be big.
Think about it.
Twitter is the biggest, brightest shining star in the red-hot social media sector, which, of course, itself sits in one heck of a tech bull market.
The Global X Social Media Index ETF was up a whopping 64% in 2013, while the Nasdaq Composite rose 38%, even though index leader, Apple, was up just 5%.
And Twitter's stock?
It's easy to forget that the original pricing on its IPO was $17-20. That range was raised to $23-25 before finally being set at $26.