It seems you need a strong stomach to own shares of Twitter — or, at least, a bottle of an antacid on hand.
The turbulent technology stock rallied 13 percent at one point Wednesday on takeover chatter after hovering near record lows earlier in the day. Is there an end in sight — and if so, will it land on the rocks?
There doesn't seem to be a consensus bottom on Wall Street, where most analysts rank the stock as a "hold," according to surveys by The Motley Fool and Yahoo Finance. With Google and Facebook still the dominant leaders in making money off their clicks, the future of Twitter's comeback plan is unclear, said analysts Andrew Bruckner and Mark Mahaney of RBC Capital Markets, which has a "sector perform" rating on the stock.