|Bid||0.00 x 800|
|Ask||0.00 x 1200|
|Day's Range||12.94 - 13.30|
|52 Week Range||10.50 - 21.22|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||N/A|
|Earnings Date||Aug 8, 2018 - Aug 13, 2018|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||N/A (N/A)|
|1y Target Est||11.72|
Vlad Tenev, Co-CEO of Robinhood, discusses the funding and future of Robinhood. The company is looking at creating new products.
Jim Cramer shares his take on callers' favorite stocks at lightning speed, including a much debated social media play.
A few big-name companies have grabbed the lion's share of the IPO limelight so far this year, including major tech players Spotify (SPOT) and Dropbox (DBX). Meanwhile, some investors might have missed just how busy 2018 has been, in fact, June could end up being the busiest month of initial public offerings in three years.
NEW YORK, NY / ACCESSWIRE / June 22, 2018 / Major U.S. markets closed down on Thursday, with the Dow Jones posting its 8th consecutive daily decline, as investors' attention remained fixed on trade tension ...
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Snap (SNAP) stock declined 9.2% in the two trading sessions between June 19 and June 20. Investors are booking profits after the company’s stock had risen 33.2% in June. However, the stress may not be over for Snap. Snap is still some time away from becoming a profitable company, as it’s seeing a slowdown in its revenue and user base growth.
If you need another reason to buy and hold Facebook (NASDAQ:FB) stock for the long term outside of the fact that the company is the unparalleled leader in the secular growth global digital advertising market, here it is. The company has multiple growth levers, all of which represent billion-dollar opportunities for Facebook stock outside of core Facebook advertising. Billion-dollar opportunity as Facebook monetizes the billion-plus users on the social messaging platform.
Snapchat parent Snap (SNAP) and Pandora (P) have partnered in what seems to be a move to benefit from the other’s strength to tackle their respective competition and grow their businesses. Pandora is bringing its music service to Snapchat, allowing Pandora subscribers to send their favorite songs to friends and family across Snapchat. The partnership with Snapchat gives Pandora an opportunity to reach a larger audience, which could, in turn, expand its revenue opportunities.
Twitter’s (TWTR) CEO, Jack Dorsey, has long considered making its service easier to understand and using it to attract more users to the platform. A few years ago, Twitter revealed that over 500.0 million unregistered members access its site every month. Recently, Twitter took a major step toward making its service easier to understand while making it more appealing.
After hitting one billion users, popular social media platform Instagram, which is owned by Facebook (FB), launched a new feature and standalone app called IGTV.
Facebook Inc-owned social network Instagram launched a mobile app on Wednesday dedicated to user-generated videos up to an hour long, intensifying the competition for consumers' time among ad-supported streaming services such as YouTube. Called IGTV in a nod to traditional television, the service plans to feature videos from rising internet celebrities, artists and pets, some of whom have tens of millions of social media followers. "Teens are now watching 40 percent less TV than they did five years ago," Instagram Chief Executive Kevin Systrom said at an event to announce the launch in San Francisco.
Shares of Facebook Inc. (fb) closed at a record high Wednesday, rising 2.3% after the company said its Instagram platform now has 1 billion users. At an event, Instagram also announced a new app for watching "long-form, vertical video," which will compete with Alphabet Inc.'s (googl) YouTube and Snap Inc.'s (snap) Snap. The service, called IGTV, will have its own app but also be available from within the Instagram app.
Instagram is getting serious about video. -owned photo sharing site, now with over a billion users, launched a new longform vertical video platform called IGTV that will be available within Instagram as well as in a standalone app. "It's time for video to move forward and evolve," said Instagram CEO and co-founder Kevin System, saying that a new video service needed to be mobile first, simple and easy to discover quality content.
Facebook Inc.’s photo-sharing app Instagram has reached 1 billion monthly active users. To spur future growth, the company announced a new feature: Instagram television. Anyone will be able to upload videos for Instagram’s new IGTV section, which will display them full-screen and vertically, the way people naturally hold their phones.
Competition for eyes and ads keeps heating up as Alphabet, Snap, Twitter and Facebook's core platform all ratchet up original and curated content.
Snap has fallen 8.1 percent over the past two trading days, the worst performer in the S&P Software & Services Select Industry Index over the period. The slide began after disappointing user and advertising revenue growth led Cowen Inc. analyst John Blackledge to cut his revenue forecasts for the Los Angeles-based social network for the next six years. Blackledge, who rates Snap the equivalent of a sell, said that a Cowen survey suggested that users were spending less time on the app.
It has been barely over a month since its initial public offering, and already, HUYA (NYSE:HUYA) is making a huge impact. Can upstart HUYA stock break this trend? To those who are new to the concept, this sounds like people watching other people play video games.
Snapchat's parent company is moving into soft-scripted documentary shows featuring a YouTube star -- a recipe that hasn't worked for Google before.
Shares of Facebook Inc. (fb) are trading at record levels and topped $200 for the first time in Wednesday trading. If the gains hold, this would mark Facebook's third record high in the past week. Shares are now up more than 45% since late March, when news about the company's Cambridge Analytica scandal first broke.
U.S. stock futures are headed higher this morning. Wall Street is digesting yesterday’s trade-war induced plunge, with bargain hunters picking through the fallout. The situation remains precarious, however, with President Donald Trump calling for $200 billion in new tariffs on Chinese imports, and China promising to retaliate in kind.