Having just gone public a few weeks ago, Twitter Inc (NYSE:TWTR) is till a closely watched stock as investors are waiting to see where the cat jumps. Well, seriously, you find that several institutional investors are still mute concerning the stock and this is because it is still being studied.

Usually professional money managers take time before they bet on newly listed stocks like Twitter Inc (NYSE:TWTR) in this case. However, if its successful launch is anything to go by, odds are high that big money will love it soon.

Unrelated to the company’s business, though having potential impact on its value is the much-talked about television show which seeks to reveal the behind-the-scene development of Twitter Inc (NYSE:TWTR). It is important to know that Twitter Inc is becoming the first social network that is getting subjected to this kind of scrutiny.

This being the case, it is easy to understand why stakes are high even though the company is treating the issue fleetingly. Look, if the social network giant Facebook Inc (NASDAQ:FB) had already gone through the same, things would be much different. It would have offered some comparison and fair criticism. But in the red-hot environment in which social networking companies are now operating, anything can mean everything. And sometimes have a bad impact on a stock.

For example, if it were not that Facebook Inc (NASDAQ:FB) was a new stock, it is possible the damage it suffered from the technological glitch following its launch would not have been as dire as it ended. Perhaps investors need recall that Facebook debuted with a share trading at $38 in May 2012, and in September, the share was down to around $17 per piece.

Early scrutiny

So when a television series is being developed to expose the money, power, friendship and betrayal that characterized the hatching of Twitter Inc (NYSE:TWTR), it is possible investors can end up reading too much into the company’s profile. The result of investors giving the behind-the-scene expose is that the stock can earn some boost if the depiction is favorable in the view of investors. On the flipside, the stock can nosedive if the depiction is not favorable in the view of investors.

Already the film has been commission by Lionsgate TV. The film is being adapted from a book by Nick Bilton called Hatching Twitter: Twitter: A True Story of Money, Power, Friendship and Betrayal. The book featured on the bestseller list of New York Times.

Exposing what happened towards the development of Twitter Inc is something that should excite everyone. However, given the stakes for the company in question, early scrutiny can end up putting more ammunition in the hands of the opponent, in this case Facebook Inc (NASDAQ:FB).

New developments

As for the impact of the film on the stock, at the moment we can just wait and see. However, it is important pointing out that since it listed, Twitter Inc (NYSE:TWTR) is not the same again. It seems the company’s management is fully aware of their commitment to investors and they are trying to revamp the platform everyday to make it a better place for subscribers.

Something remarkable that the management has already achieved is maintaining the Twitter Inc (NYSE:TWTR)’s stock strongly above the IPO price. Facebook Inc (NASDAQ:FB) failed here!

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