was slowing growth both in its number of new users added and in user engagement. Does this derail the investing thesis that Twitter can be as big as Facebook and is just getting started in terms of growth?
In this video, host Mark Reeth and Motley Fool tech and telecom bureau chief Evan Niu take a look at Thursday’s stock of the day, Twitter, and discuss just how worried investors in the company should be after today’s disappointing news and frantic market sell-off. Evan highlights the fact that Twitter may be less intuitive to use than Facebook, and that these numbers may signify the service being much more of a niche product than investors had hoped.
He also notes that even before the sell-off, Twitter looked very frothy and extremely expensive for what it is. Evan says he isn’t buying on today’s pullback, he’ll be staying on the sidelines for this one.
Watch the video below for more details:
Complete List Of Global X Social Media Index ETF (SOCL) Holdings
The following stocks are held by the Global X Social Media Index ETF and have the exposures noted.
The Global X Social Media Index ETF is an exchange-traded fund incorporated in the USA. The Fund seeks to track the performance of the Solactive Social Media Index.
|MARKET CAP||139.010 Million|
|PROSPECTUS||Click Here For Prospectus|
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|Constituent Name ↑↓||Constituent Ticker ↑↓||Weighting ↑↓|
|Tencent Holdings Ltd||11.08%|
|Pandora Media Inc||5.5%|
|Gladstone Commercial Corp||4.76%|
|Granite Real Estate Investment Trust||4.76%|
|Dena Co Ltd||4.17%|
|Nexon Co Ltd||3.17%|
|Youku Tudou Inc||3.14%|
|MAIL.RU GROUP-GDR REGS W/||2.64%|
|ANGIES LIST INC||1.54%|
|PCHOME ONLINE INC||1.05%|
|Jive Software Inc||.85%|
|Demand Media Inc||.57%|
|United Online Inc||.42%|
Total Constituents Found: 29
The above data is for reference only and may not be completely accurate as fund holdings may change.