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What Is The Better Investment? Facebook, Twitter, or Snapchat

Since everyone has an opinion when it comes to social media stocks, let’s hold a quick poll tonight. Even after the drubbing $SNAP took today, down 21% on it’s very first public quarterly report, the company still trades at a market cap of…….Drumroll…….. $21 Billion. 21 billion is what it would take to buy out SNAP here at $18 per share.

Facebook trades at a market capitalization of  $424 Billion, absurd right? But, Zukerberg owns the world so it is what it is.

Twitter trades at a valuation of 13.5 Billion here, also at $18 per share. It will be interesting to see if the company can gain some momentum from Mark Cuban’s comments on the move into AI, as well as Mr. Gundlach moving in to expel fake news. Twitter is in an interesting spot.

Gun to the head here, which one do you buy here for the remainder of 2017? We will review these results at year’s end. Please vote below:

What Is The Better Investment For The Rest Of 2017?

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13 comments

  1. the raconteur

    FB. They actually have earnings and are growing significantly faster than the valuation implies. TWTR is a dog and only way it works is a takeout. SNAP is a short. It’s valued like a platform company but it’s only a niche product and the biz model isn’t scalable. BABA and Tencent are interesting too if you feel like playing in China land.

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    • RaginCajun

      I like how you think @raconteur. $BIDU also looks ready to go on a run.

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      • bushwacker2

        I own BIDU BABA and TCEHY. That is how I’m investing in China for the long run. I’m not trading out of those stocks unless they’re down more than 20% off their 52-week high. Giving them some room to run and fluctuate.

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  2. bushwacker2

    FB is the only real “investment ” of the three. TWTR could be the best trade as a percentage gainer for the remainder of 2017. SNAP is obviously the most speculative stock of the three. Theoretically, it should have the most reward for the risk, but I wouldn’t touch it. I’m not impressed by the CEO and management of the company. It does have a following, though. But I’m not sure that’s enough to make it a market leader in social media.

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  3. probucks

    Twitter 100%

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  4. jason

    SNAP- ERRbody missing the boat.

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  5. ironturd

    FB is the high probability, steady growth, but TWTR has buyout upside, and potential to make a platform everyone needs to be on. SNAP has openly decided to focus on smaller markets, not growing globally. Not a good thing for businesses that want to be BIG.

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  6. derp

    Long FB. Dip and dunk TWTR, increase your position from the entry stake.

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  7. awanka

    Long FB. Reliable steady growth. I guess 40% year over year isn’t enough for some people?

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    • probucks

      humm… I guess that explains why no one owns it already & already priced in rapid growth

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  8. en1gma

    My girlfriend has never sent me nudes on FB or TWTR so SNAP wins.

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