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Alibaba stock will make its public debut on the New York Stock Exchange tomorrow (Friday) morning, and there are two ETF in particular that are poised to add BABA stock...
The Alibaba IPO price has been set at $68 per share at the high end of its proposed range.
At that price, Alibaba has raised $21.8 billion through the IPO today. However that total could go even higher - possibly to $25 billion - depending on how many shares the company's underwriters purchase.
How many times have you been reading about a long-ago historical event - or been watching a documentary about it on the History Channel - and thought to yourself: "Wow, it would've been really cool to have actually been there to see this happen."
I couldn't agree more. As a big history buff myself, I find myself making that statement on a regular basis.
But I'll also make this observation: The same folks who get so turned on about events from the distant past are often the last to recognize current developments - what you and I would refer to as "history in the making."
And one of the best current examples of "history being made" is the looming initial public stock offering (IPO) of Chinese Internet heavyweight Alibaba Group Holding Ltd. (NYSE: BABA). Alibaba stock is scheduled to price tomorrow and begin trading Friday.
If you at first find it tough to characterize a stock offering - no matter how big - as a "historic event," I can certainly understand.
Alibaba Group Holding Ltd. (NYSE: BABA) stock will be priced Thursday (Sept. 18) evening, with Alibaba stock to start trading Sept. 19. The Alibaba IPO could be the largest initial public offering of all time.
The company has been targeting a valuation of $155 billion for its IPO, and analysts surveyed by Bloomberg stated that BABA could reach $200 billion shortly after the IPO.
But Money Morning’s Chief Investment Strategist Keith Fitz-Gerald has his sights set much higher for BABA’s valuation.
The Alibaba Group Holding Ltd. (NYSE: BABA) stock price will be announced on Thursday, Sept. 18, and right now investors are looking at an initial price range of $66 to $68 for Alibaba shares.
However, Money Morning's Chief Investment Strategist Keith Fitz-Gerald thinks Alibaba stock will go much higher when it hits the market.
The Alibaba IPO is coming this week. It's expected to raise between $21.1 billion and $24.3 billion, making it the largest initial public offering since Facebook Inc.'s (Nasdaq: FB) $16 billion IPO in 2012.
Because of their similar sizes, and the fact that they're only separated by two years, the Alibaba Group Holding Ltd. (NYSE: BABA) IPO and Facebook IPO have been repeatedly compared to one another.
The Alibaba IPO is not only the biggest of this week's upcoming IPOs, it could be the largest IPO ever.
It's the largest e-commerce company in the world's largest e-commerce market. And according to a new report today, Alibaba stock is expected to reach as high as $70 per share when initially priced on Sept. 18.
The Alibaba IPO price is heading higher, as company officials have upped the price range for Alibaba stock to $66 to $68. Alibaba Group Holding Ltd. (NYSE: BABA) officials had originally set a price range of $60 to $66 per share.
A Reuters report today (Monday) said that the Alibaba IPO has seen "overwhelming" investor demand.
Throughout the Alibaba IPO process, the Chinese e-commerce giant has been regularly compared to the largest e-commerce company in the U.S., Amazon.com Inc. (Nasdaq: AMZN).
In fact, one of the most common nicknames for Alibaba Group Holding Ltd. (NYSE: BABA) this past year has been "The Amazon of China."
The Alibaba IPO could be the largest initial public offering ever as Alibaba Group Holding Ltd. (NYSE: BABA) looks to raise as much as $24.3 billion when it prices its shares on Sept. 18.
But because it's a Chinese company, many U.S. investors are still asking "What is Alibaba?"
The Alibaba IPO is expected to raise as much as $24.3 billion next week when Alibaba Group Holding Ltd. (NYSE: BABA) prices its shares on Thursday, Sept. 18.
Throughout the Alibaba IPO process, Money Morning's Executive Editor Bill Patalon has been following the company and the Chinese market carefully.
The Alibaba roadshow kicked off this week as Alibaba Group Holding Ltd. (NYSE: BABA) officials began the final sales pitch for Alibaba stock ahead of the company's massive IPO.
The roadshow presentations are the primary way for Alibaba and the underwriters to sell Alibaba stock to institutional investors prior to the stock's debut.
The Alibaba IPO price could reach as high as $24.3 billion, after Alibaba Group Holding Ltd. (NYSE: BABA) announced Friday that it will be pricing its shares between $60 and $66 per share.
At the midpoint of that range, the company will have a valuation of approximately $155 billion.
Some analysts are calling that price range "conservative."
Because of its epic size, the Alibaba IPO can't escape the comparisons to Facebook Inc.'s (Nasdaq: FB) IPO.
The $16 billion the Facebook IPO raised in 2012 made it the largest tech IPO of all time, a record the Alibaba IPO will almost certainly beat when it comes to market in the next two weeks and raises some $20 billion.