IPO research firm Greencrest has looked into secondary market trading of Twitter shares (wonder if they called Chris Sacca?) and forecast that the company is likely to command an $11 billion value should it list in 2014. A 2011 funding round priced the company at $8 billion and it rose to a high of $10 billion in secondary market trading, before falling to $9 billion post-Facebook IPO clusterfuck. There are literally millions of factors that could change in the next 12 months pushing this valuation in one direction or another, but in the meantime, it’s a fun number to point at and pass judgement. [Source: Guardian]