Where to buy the Snap stock dip: it has dropped by 56% in six months
- Snap stock is currently trading at $32.07.
- It has dropped by −1.59 (4.72%) today.
- Here is a brief guide on where to buy Snap stock.
Tech companies and specifically social media giants have seen the prices of their shares drop in the past few months. Snap stock, for example, dropped by over 56% over six months.
There are however speculations that the Snap stock is oversold and the current dip could be nearing its end; giving way to a major bounce back.
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To help stock investors interested in investing in Snap stock, Invezz has created a brief article on what it is and where to buy it.
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What is Snap stock?
Snap stock is the stock of Snap Inc. Social Media Company and it trades on the New York Stock Exchange under the ticker NYSE: SNAP.
Snap Inc. is an American camera and social media company based in California. It was started in September 2011.
Some of the popular products that Snap Inc. has developed include the famous Snapchat platform, Ritmoji, and Spectacles.
Should I buy Snap stock today?
If you want to invest in a stock dip, then Snap stock could be a good choice.
However, as you invest, you should be ready for any further drops since it is not crystal clear as to when the current dip shall come to an end.
Snap stock price prediction
The current price drop at the beginning of this month (February) seems to be eating into the previous gains in January after a five months drop.
Analysts expect the Snap stock price to remain bearish at least for the better part of January as more and more social media platforms come up and the completion increases.