Jim Cramer spoke to SNAP's (SNAP - Get Report) future after it's highly publicized public offering. "I was at a CFO council meeting last night where people talked about the idea that you have no voting stock and that's not so good — remember... Facebook (FB - Get Report) is eviscerating every aspect of SNAP." Cramer went on to note that, "SNAP is a fun, silly site and I like it, my kids like it. It's got some gravitas to it, $17 is my price target."
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