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Should I Buy Uber Stock When It Debuts?

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Uber is a hot topic on Wall Street with a potential IPO coming soon.

The potential IPO would give investors an opportunity to buy Uber stock and invest in a company that has seen rapid revenue growth while it disrupts an industry and changes the way businesspeople travel.

Here is everything you need to know about a potential IPO and our expert's take on whether or not you should buy Uber stock at the IPO...

Will Uber Stock Debut in 2017?

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Will Uber stock hit the market in 2017?

That's the question we're being asked heading into the final stretch of 2016, with investors already looking forward to new opportunities available next year.

Here's what we know...

Uber IPO: The Biggest Mistake the $50 Billion Company Has Made

Uber Technologies Inc. is now valued at more than $50 billion and is expected to bring in roughly $2 billion in revenue this year.

But when it comes to the Uber IPO, the company has already made one major mistake.

Money Morning Capital Wave Strategist Shah Gilani discussed the Uber IPO during his regular appearance on FOX Business and broke down the biggest mistake the company has made.

As Uber IPO Date Approaches, Firm's Value Tops $50 Billion

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Uber Technologies Inc. has reportedly completed a new round of funding that values the firm at more than $50 billion.

According to The Wall Street Journal, Uber raised roughly $1 billion in this latest funding round. That makes it the highest-valued startup in the world. It also ties Facebook Inc.'s (Nasdaq: FB) record as highest valued startup pre-IPO.

Here's everything else investors need to know now...

Uber IPO Update: What a $50 Billion Valuation Means for Uber

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The ride-hailing startup Uber is in a round of funding that could value the company at an astonishing $50 billion, according to a new report from The Wall Street Journal.

For investors, that also means there will be another delay for the Uber IPO.

There's no question the Uber IPO will be one of the biggest financial stories of either 2015 or 2016. But the company still has some major problems to sort out before it can host an initial public offering...

This Week's News About Uber: Market Share Surges

The biggest news about Uber Inc. this week dealt with the company's growing market share, despite its continued legal woes.

In the first quarter of 2015, business spending on Uber accounted for 46% of the overall transportation market.

That 46% share was more than three times higher than Uber's Q1 2014 total of 15%.

But before Uber stock hits the market, the company will need to straighten out a major problem. Even this week's bullish news about Uber won't make this problem go away...

The Biggest Threat to an Uber IPO in 2015

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The Uber IPO will be one of the most hyped initial public offerings in history when the ride-hailing company comes to market - which could be this year.

A $1.2 billion round of funding in December valued Uber at more than $41 billion. It operates in more than 250 cities across 55 countries. With that most recent funding round, Uber has now raised eight times as much capital as its closest competitor Lyft Inc.

But before an Uber IPO can occur, the company has some major issues it must fix.

And the biggest problem that could derail an Uber IPO today is how many places have banned Uber...

Uber IPO Valuation May Top $40 Billion Despite Major Issues

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Uber CEO Travis Kalanick announced Dec. 4 the company raised $1.2 billion in a recent round of funding. Multiple reports indicate Uber is now valued at $40 billion.

Unfortunately for investors, that also means there will be another delay for the Uber IPO.

The hype surrounding an Uber IPO is justified. The company has a disruptive technology in a major global market. But there are still some major issues the firm needs to work out...

Uber IPO Still On Track Despite Fierce Competition

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Rumors of an Uber IPO heated up earlier this summer after the company raised $1.2 billion in a funding round that valued the ride-sharing company at roughly $18.2 billion.

Since then, however, the conversation regarding Uber has dealt mostly with its nasty competition with rival Lyft.

As it turns out, Lyft has become quite the thorn in Uber's side, especially as the latter prepares for an eventual IPO...