What Snap Is Doing Well and Why Shares Still Appear Overpriced

Much of what I've written over the last five months about Snap  (SNAP)  has been far from charitable. This applies to what was said while making my 2017 tech predictions, as well as during the weeks leading up to Snap's IPO. Not to mention what was written about last week's disappointing Q1 report.

But for all the negativity, I do think Snap has a future, and that only some of Facebook's (FB) attempts to steal its lunch are proving successful. Moreover, Snap is executing much better than Twitter (TWTR) , a social media peer that Snap bears have frequently compared it to. Both certain earnings call disclosures and ad product announcements made in its aftermath drive this home....1133 more words left in this article. To read them, just click below and try Real Money FREE for 14 days.

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