Initial public offerings this year have hit record territory. Through the first week in December, 262 companies have raised $82.1 billion through initial public offerings - the largest annual total in the past 10 years. In fact, 2014's IPOs have more than doubled the yearly average of $38.6 billion.
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Action-camera company GoPro Inc. (Nasdaq: GPRO) released more information about its upcoming IPO on Wednesday, stating the company plans to raise up to $427.2 million in the deal. That would give GoPro a valuation of approximately $3 billion.
In today's regulatory filing, the company said that an IPO price range of $21 to $24 per share has been set.
The clock is officially ticking on the GoDaddy IPO after the Internet company filed the prospectus for an initial public offering yesterday (Monday).
While the company did not provide any specifics of the IPO date or IPO price, the filing did say that GoDaddy plans to raise up to $100 million in the IPO.
Following June's slow start, the IPO calendar is once again loaded this week with eight upcoming IPOs.
This year has been the busiest for IPOs since the "Dot-Com" era of 1999 through 2001, with 117 companies already debuting year to date.
And for investors, that's meant an abundance of investment opportunities as the average IPO has returned a 13.2% gain so far in 2014, according to Renaissance Capital.
Rumors have been flying that the Alibaba IPO date could be set for Aug. 8, 2014, yet no official announcement has been made.
The date Aug. 8 has been pegged in particular for the Alibaba IPO because of the importance of the number eight in Chinese culture.
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 Alibaba IPO is expected sometime in late 2014 and analysts are projecting that the deal will be the largest initial public offering since Facebook Inc.'s (Nasdaq: FB) $16 billion IPO in 2012.
Some experts think it could surpass Facebook's IPO, which would make it the largest Internet IPO of all time.
Money Morning's Chief Investment Strategist Keith Fitz-Gerald joined FOX Business' "Varney & Co." today (Monday) and discussed why the factors that are driving the Alibaba IPO price higher.
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According to Renaissance Capital, 104 IPOs have already been priced in the U.S. in 2014, and this is another busy week on the IPO calendar as eight companies make their initial public offering.
The biggest IPO this week is from the Chinese e-commerce company Jumei, which is looking to raise $195 million. But that's not the only opportunity for investors looking to play the IPO market this week.
The Alibaba IPO has officially been filed as the company released the prospectus yesterday (Tuesday) for what is expected to be one of the largest U.S. IPOs of all time.
While the prospectus is more than 300 pages long, it still leaves many questions unanswered, including the Alibaba IPO price. The company is expected to release further information and addendums to the prospectus as the Alibaba IPO date approaches.
It's another loaded week on the IPO calendar as nine companies make their public debuts.
So far this year, 97 companies have held initial public offerings and a total of 142 companies have filed for an IPO. That makes 2014 the busiest year for IPOs since the "Dot-Com" era of 1999 through 2001.
The 2014 IPO market has been busier than any year since the "Dot-Com" era of 1999 to 2001, with 94 companies holding an initial public offering through the month of April.
For those unfamiliar with the inner workings of Wall Street firms, the IPO market and the IPO process can be complicated. Terms like "lock-up periods" and "offer prices" get tossed around frequently without any explanation.
Fortunately, Money Morning's Capital Wave Strategist Shah Gilani is an industry veteran and former hedge-fund manager who's had a unique look inside the IPO process and IPO investing. Here's his explanation of what investors need to know today.
According to Renaissance Capital, 94 companies have made their public debut so far in 2014, so this week's four initial public offerings constitute a slower week on the 2014 IPO calendar.
While the healthcare sector has two IPOs, the biggest deal of the week takes place on Friday when the asset-management firm Ares Management LP (NYSE: ARES) begins trading on the New York Stock Exchange.
With Facebook (Nasdaq: FB) stock now surging after its 2012 initial public offering disaster (investors have enjoyed a 140% return over the past nine months), excitement over upcoming social media IPOs is higher now more than ever.
Of all the potential upcoming social media IPOs this year, two stand out - both are well-established and stable companies with overwhelming public popularity.
The IPO calendar is slower this week than it has been for some time, but there are still four companies hitting the market for investors to choose from.
This year has seen more companies hit the market than any in the past decade, and the healthcare industry has led the way. That trend continued this week as three of the four companies going public operate in the healthcare industry.
The WeiboIPO price was a disappointment to investors today (Thursday) when the company offered shares at $17 and raised $286 million.
But that didn't stop WB stock from surging 44% in its opening day of trading.