Reddit IPO: The Big Potential Problem w/ Reddit Going Public ๐Ÿ“ˆ

News has come out that Reddit, a popular online communication forum, is in talks with advisors to move forward with an initial public offering that would value the platform at around a $15 billion. Alex details Reddit’s miraculous valuation growth and breaks down some content moderation issues that he thinks could be a big red flag for potential investors.

This is an excerpt from episode 172 of Winner Take All. Watch the full episode here:

Originally Aired: 09/03/21
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