Etsy, GoPro Shares Sink To All-Time Lows Among Other Struggling Recent IPO Stocks by Graphiq
In what has been one of the worst starts to a new year for the stock market as a whole, tech stocks like Etsy and GoPro have been dragged down to their record lows. Shares of the company fell as much at 7% during market hours on Tuesday, while shares of GoPro were down roughly 4%. Both companies, among other recent tech IPOs like Fitbit and Square, have fallen from their post-IPO booms and settled near or below their initial offering prices.
Include the following visualizations to highlight the current day performance of the company and GoPro, the 1-year performance of the company, the 2-year performance of GoPro, and the 1-year performance of the Renaissance IPO ETF, which tracks the performance of stocks from recent IPOs.
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