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IPOs were red-hot in 2020. Snowflake Inc. had the biggest software IPO in history, pulling in $3.4 billion. Airbnb Inc. and DoorDash Inc. also had wildly successful initial public offerings.
This year started off with a bang too, with the Coinbase direct listing marking a landmark moment for the entire crypto community, and the Bumble IPO making CEO Whitney Wolf Herd the youngest woman in history to take a company public.
For the second half of 2021, we've got our eye on 10 monster IPOs expected to take place, including:
- An app-based delivery company that experienced 274% year-over-year growth in demand during the pandemic
- A digital payments company currently worth $36 billion, making it the most valuable American fintech company to go public ever
- A data analytics firm whose clients include Apple Inc. and Walmart Inc. and with leadership from Silicon Valley elites such as Alphabet Inc. and Microsoft Corp.
... plus seven more highly anticipated new issues.
With IPOs, it's easy to get swept up in the hype, so it's key to do your research before opening up your wallet.
For the 10 IPOs in this report, we make it easy for you by covering each company’s growth prospects, management, competition, and more. You’ll know after reading whether a stock is worth your hard-earned money, no guesswork required.
You’ll also find out which of these 10 IPOs has the potential to deliver the BIGGEST gains for investors who get in at the right time.
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