Facebook's anemic 2012 initial public offering has gone down in history as one of the great IPO flops. Twitter, it seems, is eager to avoid repeating Mark Zuckerberg's mistake, with the Twitter IPO price set at a modest $17 to $20 per share.
At that price range, the offering of 70 million shares will raise between $1.1 and $1.4 billion for the company. It will give the company an initial market capitalization around $11 billion, excluding warrants, options, and restricted stock units.there's something you should know about the latest tech darling...
Will Twitter Stock Be a Buy?
Today (Monday), Money Morning Chief Investment Strategist Keith Fitz-Gerald appeared on FOX Business' "Varney & Co." to answer the question, "Will Twitter Stock Be a Buy?"
In its Thursday initial public offering (IPO) filing, Twitter disclosed it made $47.5 million from selling off user data to companies working in analytics.To continue reading, please click here...
The Chrysler IPO Is a Win-Win for Investors
Chrysler LLC has filed for an initial public offering (IPO), returning to publicly traded status after 15 years in the wilderness of global business uncertainty - and the Chrysler IPO comes at a great time for the company and for the whole American auto industry.
You see, not even five years ago, the Big Three were teetering on the edge of destruction and irrelevance, with dismal sales and empty coffers, running losses in the hundreds of millions on products that nobody wanted. The global financial crisis was the last nail in a coffin more than 10 years in the crafting.To continue reading, please click here...
IPO Investing: Put These Market Debuts on Your Calendar
It's been a busy year for initial public offering (IPO) investing, and despite recent volatility, it's looking to be a busy fall for the new issues market...
The stock market has remained firm in spite of increasing tensions in the Middle East and the fear of quantitative easing (QE) tapering from the U.S. Federal Reserve.
Real Estate Offerings Hot in the 2013 IPO Market
One of the highlights of the 2013 IPO market so far has been the flood of real estate related offerings.
We have seen a number of real estate investment trusts and homebuilders roll out initial offerings, and more are on the calendar.
They are seeing demand for investment products to fuel investors' desire for yield and ways to bet on a continued housing market recovery. More real estate related offerings are being added to the calendar on a regular basis and most have held up fairly well in the aftermarket.
Good news for investors looking on the IPO market: In the next week we have two real-estate related initial offerings that are worth consideration.
Here's a look.