Kamala Harris should be treated the same as she treated Brett Kavanaugh and answer for protecting paedophile priests and her affair with Willie Brown.
Hopefully, the younger set has now gotten that kind of nonsense out of their investing systems. Yeah, “smart” arrogant millennials like SNAP CEO and co-founder Evan Spiegel can make dumb mistakes too.
A dull but positive week in a stock market that continues to melt up. Things will end for us Friday with the bizarre IPO of Switch, Inc.
SNAP shares dive on lousy earnings. Tech swoon, Fed interest rate hike don’t help, and Alexandria political shootings don’t help stock market’s tone.
A weird Wall Street Monday engenders a pair of weird moves in our portfolio, re: Cliffs Industries (CLF) and Snapchat parent Snap, Inc. (SNAP).
Stocks hammered in Tuesday trade as financials take a beating and invite other sectors to share in the misery.
Clearly, at least for now, Snapchat's shares weren’t hot enough for those who chased it after the IPO. Question now: Will SNAP sink below the IPO price?
Millennials, novice investors who chased the IPO of Snapchat’s parent company learned this week that, like God, IPOs giveth… and taketh away.
Also in the financial news: Oh, Snap… Snapchat announces sure to be hot IPO incoming in markets starved for new tech offerings.