Web Stocks 2.0: Contenders and Pretenders
The following video is part of our "Motley Fool Conversations" series, in which technology and media editor/analyst Andrew Tonner and consumer-goods editor and analyst Austin Smith discuss topics around the investing world.
The recent class of tech IPOs that came to market over the past 18 months held plenty of promise. Unfortunately for investors, they also carried their fair share of uncertainty. Now that many of those same growth darlings lived for a few quarters as public companies, investors everywhere have had a better chance to see which companies could have what it takes to cash in on their potential. In this video, Andrew and Austin weigh in on which companies they think are here to stay and which ones investors need to avoid.
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