Silicon Valley has a long history of providing some of the most exciting new stocks in the market. The class of 2016 tech IPOs was led by cloud services company Twilio Inc (NYSE:TWLO) and Japanese mobile app company Line Corp (ADR) (NYSE:LN). As these two stocks demonstrated in 2016, huge tech IPOs can be some of the most volatile and exciting stocks on the market.
Tech investors are always searching for the next Facebook Inc (NASDAQ:FB) IPO. FB stock is now up more than 225% in less than five years since its highly anticipated 2012 IPO.
However, just because a tech brand is popular and recognizable doesn’t mean its IPO will make a good investment. A little more than three years after its much-hyped 2013 IPO, shares of Twitter Inc (NYSE:TWTR) remain down more than 60%.
Here’s a look at the three biggest tech IPOs that Silicon Valley has to offer in coming years.