Shares of Twitter tanked on Friday after the company's quarterly earnings report showed slowing user growth. Twitter lost 1 million monthly active users in the second quarter of this year. Brian Wieser, senior analyst at Pivotal Research, and Louis Basenese, founder of Disruptive Tech Research, join Cheddar to weigh in on Twitter's results and talk Facebook's disappointing report from earlier this week. On the other hand, Amazon stock surged after beating estimates on earnings in its quarterly earnings report. The company brought in a record $2.5 billion in net profit, boosted by strong growth in its cloud business. And President Trump held a press conference Friday morning to celebrate the strength of the economy following the GDP report. U.S. GDP grew at 4.1 percent, the strongest rate in nearly four years.