Facebook, Twitter and Amazon have each been selling stock at a loss in recent weeks, as investors continue to fret about the potential for a correction in the stock market.
But the stock price is likely to rise after the company reported strong results on Thursday and Friday.
Facebook, which reported $1.18 billion in revenue and $4.2 billion in profit, reported that its sales increased 23 percent year-over-year.
The company said that it made $2.5 billion in operating income, an increase of 28 percent.
Analysts polled by FactSet expected the company to post a profit of $3.05 billion, and the stock closed at $17.30 on Friday.
Twitter reported a $1 billion loss, or $2 billion after taxes, for the third quarter of 2017, and it said that revenue for the period was down 6 percent.
Analysts polled in the past have given Twitter a positive outlook.
They have forecast a profit in the second quarter of this year, but the company’s shares have been volatile in recent months.
Twitter is expected to post another profit in 2021, but it is uncertain if the company will still be profitable in 2021.
Amazon, which is the fourth-largest stock market index in the world by market capitalization, is expected by analysts to post earnings of $12.06 billion, or about 17 percent of revenues, in 2021 from $11.4 billion in 2021 and $11 billion in 2020.