As one of the most widely used social media sites gets ready to list, investor excitement is running high.
However, following the release of its long-awaited public S-1 filing, some experts are wondering if the numbers match the hype.
The firm's revenue rose an annual 107 percent in the first half of 2013 but its net loss jumped 41 percent, wider than last year's annual 38 percent net loss, casting some doubt on the profitability and attractiveness of the stock.
(Read more: Revelations inside Twitter's IPO filing)
Tell us what you think. Would you buy Twitter on its debut?