Here's Why the Twitter IPO Went From $26 to $45

If the Twitter IPO was priced at $26, then why did it open at $45? In this segment of The Motley Fool's financials-focused show, Where the Money Is, banking analyst David Hanson is joined by Motley Fool One analyst Morgan Housel to take a question from their mailbag about Twitter and its bankers Goldman Sachs and Morgan Stanley .

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This stock only has a value of $6.00 bucks. I read where one of your guys said but it and hold it! Are they NUT'S. The stock is sinking and will continue to sink till it hit's $6.00 or less. Like FB it's a joke waiting to drop. Banks are the way to go and you can keep these junk IPO's

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