Wall Street is salivating over the upcoming public debut for Snap Inc.
And who can blame them?
The initial public offering (IPO) for this developer of the popular instant-messaging service Snapchat will likely be huge.
And I’m not exaggerating.
Once shares begin trading as soon as next month, Snap could be valued between $21 billion and $25 billion – making it the largest U.S. tech IPO since that of Facebook Inc. (Nasdaq: FB) back in 2012. That’s a figure that could serve as a big catalyst for the rebounding IPO market.
Also salivating: thousands and thousands of retail investors… and maybe even you.
But hold on…
As a longtime Silicon Valley insider, I love IPOs. If you’re an investment banker, venture capitalist, or company insider, you can make a fortune with them. (Plus, nothing keeps a bull market running like popular new issues that bring fresh cash out of the sidelines.)
However, most investors should avoid buying Snap – or any other company going public – at the open.
At that point, you’re likely to pay top dollar and very well could see the value of your investment drop immediately and steeply.
But we’ve got a way around that.
In fact, we’ve got a way to cash in on the Snap IPO with none of that risk.
It’s an investment that will bring you many years of profits.