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Buyer's remorse: snap decisions could prove costly for investors
Mar 9, 2017 - Australian Financial Review

Everyone knows that queasy feeling known as "buyer's regret", the gnawing fear of having made the wrong decision, of paying too much for something that appears far less enticing in the cold, hard light of day.

It's a sentiment that some investors in Snap, the owner of the disappearing-message app Snapchat, will be feeling right now, especially those who were swept up in the euphoric trading that followed the social media company's splashy market debut, when the share price soared as high a

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