Back in November of 2002, we completed our IPO process at CME that we started in 1997. I thought I would pass on a little advice to Snap employees from my experience. I suppose they are being hounded by wealth managers with a lot of advice as we speak. There are no real wrong moves here. Be in the moment, and be true to yourself. I turned a Tweetstorm into a Twitter moment. Here it is. You will have to click the link to see the Tweetstorm.
Best of luck to the Snap employees. Keep working on building something great. I’d love to see every startup that is worth a lot of money based on financing to go public. It’s good for the company. It’s good for capitalism. It’s good because it lets the average Joe’s on the street have a shot at building wealth.