Snapchat IPO: Wall Street Cashes In, Average Investors Left Out

Wall Street is buzzing about Snapchat’s wildly successful trading debut, which bested Facebook’s, Alibaba’s and Google’s. At the outset of trading Thursday, the stock jumped more than 40 percent to $24 a share, no thanks to Main Street investors who were largely left out of the action.

Is Snap overhyped?

Amish Shah, managing partner at Sierramaya360, Lance Ulanoff of Mashable, and FBN's Lori Rothman on Snap's IPO and whether it's a good investment.

Will the bull market continue?

Haverford Trust chief investment officer Hank Smith on whether the bull market will continue and how Sessions' Russia controversy is effecting the markets.

Buy or sell Snap?

Disruptor Capital CEO Peter Snyder and Gerber Kawasaki CEO Ross Gerber on whether to buy or sell Snap, how the co-founders will now prove themselves as operators and how the company can monetize its user base.

Snap's IPO 'Too Big to Fail'?

Institutional investors anxious not to be left out of this year's marquee initial public offering helped Snap Inc pull off the biggest U.S.-listed technology share sale this week since Chinese e-commerce juggernaut Alibaba Group Holding Inc smashed records in 2014.