2019 is chock full of high-profile IPOs, including what many expect to be the biggest IPO in history. In the latest Lightning Round, Bill Patalon lays out why you should avoid this market - and how you can still profit.
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- Why a SpaceX IPO Hasn't Happened Yet
- Why the ETSY Stock Price (Nasdaq: ETSY) Is Down After Q1 Earnings
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- 2014 IPO Market: What to Watch and How to Profit Now
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IPO investing is risky: One bad decision can sink your portfolio.
But we've got a way for you to get all the excitement without the volatility.
In late 2016, the world's greatest stock picker (Bill Patalon to his friends) reported on the "IPO ice age," with a noticeable dearth of profitable IPOs, especially compared with the boom years of 2013 to 2015 when, depending on the year, anywhere from 170 to 275 companies listed.
But Bill also predicted that the "ice age" would end with a ferocious warm-up, and it looks like he was, literally, on the money there.
Not only are there the four cannabis IPOs that could potentially create $12 billion in new wealth within the next few weeks (more on those here), but we're also looking at a massive year from new tech companies; the next generation of market leaders, like Uber.
That company could absolutely dwarf the $25 billion Alibaba debut, which was the richest in history... so far.
But investors - regular people who don't have $500 million in capital to throw around - have to be careful with these "market events." If we go about it the right way, "outsiders" like you and I can play them for profit, but it's worth bearing in mind that IPOs are predominantly designed for underwriters and corporate principals to cash in.
It's a match! The Match.com IPO is definitely happening. It's been confirmed. Barry Diller's IAC/InterActiveCorp (Nasdaq: IACI) will spin its Match Group of properties into a separate company.
We refined our strategy for profiting from this major "disruptor" catalyst.
A basic understanding of how the stock market works is important for any potential investor who wants to trade stocks.
That's because a lot about how the stock market works is misunderstood.
Stocks have struggled to rally in recent weeks, but that hasn't stopped the IPO market from offering investors the chance to leave reason behind.
Last week, two particular deals demonstrated that while the overall market is expensive, pockets of it are undeniably in a bubble.
Here's what you should know about the IPOs and the week...
Tesla Motors Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Elon Musk has never shied away from the public eye.
This has many wondering why a SpaceX IPO hasn't happened yet.
The ETSY stock price opened at $16 in its April 16 debut. Etsy soared 87.5% that day to settle at $30 a share.
But Etsy stock has tumbled 30% in a little more than a month and closed at $21 a share yesterday.
The three upcoming IPOs this week on the March IPO calendar include two more healthcare companies.
The top two IPOs this week are healthcare firms Valeritas Inc. (Nasdaq: VLRX) and SteadyMed Therapeutics Inc. (Nasdaq: STDY). The healthcare sector has made up more than half of 2015 IPOs so far.
Master limited partnerships (MLPs) saw incredible growth last year - and the sector shows no sign of slowing down in 2015.
With oil prices expected to slowly recover, MLPs will stay profitable throughout any short-term downturns in 2015.
Through today, 111 initial public offerings have taken place in the United States this year, making 2014 the busiest year for the IPO market since the "Dot-Com" era of 1999 through 2001.
While the size of the 2014 IPO market is huge, the deals are just getting started.
There are still some big profit opportunities awaiting 2014’s initial public offering investors, including what may be one of the biggest IPOs of all time. Here are some of 2014’s biggest upcoming IPOs…
The IPO Calendar 2013 now has a homebuilder and two banks coming to market in May. Here’s why their timing could be perfect for investors. Read more...
So far IPO performance for 2013 has rewarded investors – and there’s more to come. Here are the year’s best and worst performers. Read more...
After a slow start to April, with just one deal scheduled for pricing, the IPO calendar is getting crowded again in the second week of the month. Stock prices should stay firm, and that means favorable conditions for IPOs. Here are five to keep on your radar.
The final week of March will bring two new IPOs: a closed fund management company and the food products firm responsible for Birds Eye Frozen Foods and Duncan Hines. Let's take a look