Tech Yeah! Dissecting Twitter

Twitter's CEO in focus
Twitter's profit potential   

Twitter founders are in the money as shares soared on its first day of trading.

But as Twitter embarks as a public company against social media giants Facebook and LinkedIn, some question the wisdom of owning stock in a company that hasn't turned a profit yet.

But Ben Popper, business editor at The Verge, told CNBC's Julia Boorstin that he's not a doubter. Although it may have more risks than other social media names, he said, Twitter is a young company with huge potential.

"For investors hungry for growth," he said, "you don't get better than Twitter."