131 Initial Public Offerings (IPOs) have been priced this year, a 44% increase over 2012. This puts 2013 on track to be the biggest year for IPOs since 2007, before the financial crisis. This almost makes up for the Facebook IPO fiasco, and signals the re-birth of a white hot IPO market. Don't miss this list of promising IPOs set to for the rest of 2013.
Four potential triggers exist that could crash the markets. Fortunately, there are ways to protect yourself from these doomsday scenarios. Perhaps the most dangerous one at the moment is the threat of the Fed ending its $85 billion dollar per month bond-buying spree, part of the QE game. Want to know what else to look out for? Click here for the other three intriguing and terrifying possibilities.