If you bought stock during the Twitter IPO, then pat yourself on the back. Twitter is now the second-largest Internet IPO of all time after the Facebook IPO. Twitter’s initial public offering has even overtaken the success of the Google IPO in 2004.
As of the time this post was published, Twitter now trades at $49 a share, a giant jump from its $26 IPO price issued by Goldman Sachs. Check out the infographic below from the Staff website to see all of the Internet IPO winners and losers including Workday, Yelp, Splunk, Facebook, Twitter, Vantiv, Eloqua, Groupon, AVG, and Zynga.
Internet IPOs: Where Are They Now?
Going Beyond The IPO
Going beyond the initial IPO, here’s a comparison chart showing how all of these stocks performed over the last year. Not only did Facebook have a successful IPO, but out of all of the stocks mentioned in this article, Facebook is trading much higher.