timThere’s been a lot of buzz flying around about the coming IPO of Snap.  It’s almost hard to believe a company that started out as an app for kids to send pictures back and forth, and have them disappear after, is now valued at almost $20 billion.  Remember when Facebook tried to buy them for $3 billion? (LOL)

Here’s what I’ve been reading this morning:

‘Avoiding Snap’s Path: Most Startups Want To Sell, Not IPO’ – Parmy Olson – Forbes

‘The Most Interesting Gold ETF Since GLD’ – Sumit Roy – ETF.com

‘How To Invest: When You’re Just Getting Started’ – Carla Fried – Barron’s Next

‘How Tech Products Will Take The Sting Out Of Growing Older’ – Jim Pagliarini – MarketWatch

‘Tactical Asset Allocations Insights Via The Geeks From ThinkNewFound’ – Wesley R. Gray – Alpha Architect