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What Is the Etsy (Nasdaq: ETSY) Stock Price Today?

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The Etsy (Nasdaq: ETSY) stock price today opened at $31 a share - well above the $16 price announced last night.

After the deal, the total number of outstanding shares will be 110.9 million. Based on the $31 opening price, Etsy commands a $3.7 billion valuation.

Here's why the deal is stealing attention away from Silicon Valley and toward New York...

Etsy IPO: Everything You Need to Know About Etsy’s (Nasdaq: ETSY) Upcoming IPO

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The Etsy IPO date is set for Thursday, April 16. The company will list on the Nasdaq under the ticker "ETSY."

The deal has become one of the most talked-about tech offerings so far this year. The Etsy IPO could become the largest technology IPO from a New York-based company since spun off Barnes & Noble Inc. (NYSE: BKS) in 1999.

With the Etsy IPO date quickly approaching, here's everything you need to know about the deal – including whether or not you should buy Etsy stock when it starts trading…

What the Etsy IPO Filing Tells Investors

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The Etsy IPO filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) was archived on March 4.

The paperwork came almost a decade after the company was founded in a Brooklyn, N.Y., loft.

Here are three key points from the Etsy IPO filing before the stock begins trading tomorrow...

How Does Etsy Make Money? (Nasdaq: ETSY)

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The Etsy IPO has polarized investors due to the company's emphasis on improving society and the environment over financial growth.

If the company isn't profitable, then how does Etsy make money at all?

Here's how the New York-based e-commerce firm stays afloat...

Should I Buy Etsy Stock? (Nasdaq: ETSY)

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With the possibility of becoming the largest New York tech IPO since 1999, people are wondering, "Should I buy Etsy stock?"

The Etsy IPO hits the market tomorrow, April 16. The e-commerce company is one of the most talked about deals of 2015 so far.

There are two big reasons why you should avoid it...

The Etsy (Nasdaq: ETSY) Stock Price vs. Other New York Tech IPOs

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The Etsy IPO will debut this week and become the biggest IPO from a New York-based company since 1999.

Etsy's $250 million deal will put "New York tech back on the map."

Here are three other startups from the Big Apple - and how their prices stack up against the Etsy (Nasdaq: ETSY) stock price...

Etsy (Nasdaq: ETSY) Share Price Hinges on This One Huge Factor

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The Etsy (Nasdaq: ETSY) share price will range from $14 to $16. The IPO will debut on Thursday, April 16.

Like any other stock, there are a variety of factors that will influence Etsy's share price.

But one of the company's main goals could have a negative impact on its financial growth down the road...

Is the Etsy IPO Valuation Justified?

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The Etsy IPO valuation is $1.8 billion - but the deal has been met with equal amounts of hype and skepticism.

Some investors have faith in Etsy's strong sales growth while others don't think the company will be profitable.

These three charts show if the valuation is justified or not - and if ETSY stock is a buy...

Etsy IPO Date Is Coming – Here's a Breakdown of the Deal

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The Etsy IPO date is set for Thursday, April 16. The company will list on the Nasdaq under the ticker "ETSY."

The deal could be the largest tech IPO from a New York-based company in 16 years.

Here's everything you need to know about the Etsy IPO - and whether or not you should buy ETSY stock...

Where the Etsy IPO Price Ranks Among Recent Initial Public Offerings

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The Etsy Inc. (Nasdaq: ETSY) IPO is one of the most talked about deals so far this year. The Etsy IPO price is set at a range of $14 to $16 a share.

But is that too expensive or too cheap for all the hype it’s getting?

Here’s how the Etsy IPO price stands against other recent deals…

IPO Market 2013: What's Next After the White-Hot Start

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The IPO market has had a strong first half in 2013, in some cases delivering double-digit gains for those who have ventured into IPO investing.

As the stock market has staged an impressive rally, investor demand to get into the IPO market is returning to pre- credit-crisis levels. The second quarter was actually the most active three-month period for IPOs in six years.

So far in 2013, we have seen 92 deals. The average gain for initial buyers is around 20%.

The pace seems to be picking up, as the first quarter saw 31 deals raise about $7.6 billion, and the second quarter had 61 offerings raise more than $13 billion.

Financial firms, including real estate investment trusts (REITs), have been the most active industry, with 35 offerings. Healthcare companies are right behind, closing in on 34 deals so far this year.

Some analysts think we could see more than 200 deals by the end of the year.

That means more opportunity for IPO investing for double-digit's where to look.

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The Best New Companies In a White-Hot Sector

Each of the companies you'll see today is just a few weeks old. That's why you need to know about them right now.
You see, the market for all biotech shares is heating up.
IPO action is proof of the big bucks coming into biotech, igniting a strong rally in the entire sector for the rest of the year. So far this year we've seen the most biotech IPOs in 13 years.
And the gains are beginning to add up...
The best-performing stock in this space, as you're about to see, is up 130% in little more than a month. And three other brand-new firms are roaring.
But there's a better way to make money here...

How to Double Your Money in the "New Space Race"

This trend is still in its early stages. But now one small-cap manufacturer of rocket engines is getting ready to take off - perhaps in the next few months. Here’s the whole story.

Four Ways to Play the "Cure" for the Flu


There's a new generation of flu vaccines that are "programmed" to fight designated diseases. This is a "disruptive technology" that will turn the $30 billion vaccine market inside out. Four ways to play it here.

Get in the Ground Floor of This $1 Trillion Industry

How many times have you studied the stock charts of Google Inc. (Nasdaq: GOOG), Apple Inc. (Nasdaq: AAPL) or (Nasdaq: AMZN) - and wished you could travel back in time to become an early stage investor in just those sorts of king-making companies?

We can't, of course, but I can offer the next best thing: I can tell you about the brand-new industry where the next stock like this will likely come from.

I'm talking about 3D printing.

Folks who've been following my work know that I've been predicting this sector's emergence for some time. Back in March, I told readers of our sister newsletter Money Morning that 3D printing was a $1 trillion industry in the making. In October, in a note to all of you, I followed up with a roundup report on the newest breakthroughs.

In every piece I've written, my key message was always the same: 3D printing will give tech investors the next real shot at windfall profits.

It's already playing out just as I predicted. But even I was surprised at how much money investors made off this segment last year.

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