From Zacks: Snap Inc. (SNAP), the parent of Snapchat, made its public debut last week, in the biggest IPO since Alibaba’s in 2014. The shares opened at $24 after listing at $17 and surged on the first two days and lost all those gains in the next two days.
Most investors don’t have much — or any — exposure to IPOs (Initial Public Offerings), but that could be a mistake, considering today’s ETF options in the space.
Abby Higgs: ETF investing is so popular because of its ease and safety – but you might feel like the amount of choices in exchange-traded funds can be overwhelming.
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