In honor of Valentine's Day, CNNMoney put together its second annual list of some of the most searched stock tickers on our site. Twitter, Tesla, Amazon and Boeing are a few of this year's heartthrobs.
Investors have mixed emotions about Twitter (. )
The social media company turned a lot of heads when it debuted on the market in November.
At first, star-crossed investors overlooked Twitter's flaws, like the fact that it had yet to earn a profit. But the romance faded fast after Twitter released its first quarterly report this month.
Twitter warned that sales in the current quarter may fall sequentially for the first time since the company began reporting revenue in 2011. It also appears to be facing a slowdown in user growth. Oh, and it lost $511 million as employees cashed in stock-based compensation. (Excluding that, Twitter did eke out a profit.)
Twitter shares, which had a spectacular run late last year, tanked after the results came out. For the year, the stock is down more than 10%.