Editorials & Opinions by Ted Leverette

and (maybe) Snarky
Insight about Business

On Politics & Banksters (Tongue in cheek, sort of.)

May 11, 2017: SNAP Shares fell to their lowest levels since the company went public in March. FIRST quarter loss of $2.21 BILLION on revenue of $149.64 million. GULP!

The Update—Stupid for Snapchat IPO: It gets worse!
Even if you and your pension fund did not and do not purchase shares of Snapchat.

  • Listen, and then listen to my original podcast below.

Stupid for Snapchat IPO (The Podcast)
What can disappear faster than a Snapchat photo?
(Your investment.)

  • Snapchat IPO. Con Job? Snafu? Fleeces People? (The PDF)
    This report is the background for the Podcast. It brings to life the saying: “You can fool all the people some of the time, and some of the people all the time, but you cannot fool all the people all the time.”

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Ted J. Leverette
The Original Business Buyer Advocate ® Since the 1970s
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