From Lauren Feiner: KEY POINTS
From Mark Hulbert: Recent IPOs do not suggest that investors are irrationally exuberant.
From Sweta Killa: For investors seeking momentum, Renaissance IPO ETF (IPO – Free Report) is probably on radar now. The fund just hit a 52-week high, and is up 46.5% from its 52-week low price of $21.63 per share.
From Sweta Killa: The U.S. IPO market has been sizzling since the successful offerings from Levi Strauss LEVI , Lyft LYFT and PagerDuty PD . Zoom, a video-conferencing software, and Pinterest, an online photo-sharing platform, are set to debut today on the Wall Street with much hype. Like many of its new peers, Zoom and Pinterest will have dual-class shares.
From Ian Wyatt: Stocks continue marching to a new high every few days, and that’s making this a great market for Initial Public Offerings (IPOs).
From Zacks: Snap Inc. (SNAP), the parent of Snapchat, made its public debut last week, in the biggest IPO since Alibaba’s in 2014. The shares opened at $24 after listing at $17 and surged on the first two days and lost all those gains in the next two days.
From Paul Mampilly: “He’s funny when he gets annoyed,” my daughter said. “He threw a tantrum!” my son claimed after winning a game of quick tap.
Most investors don’t have much — or any — exposure to IPOs (Initial Public Offerings), but that could be a mistake, considering today’s ETF options in the space.
NYSE:TWTR, NASDAQ:ETSY, NASDAQ:GPRO, NYSE:FIT, NYSE:BOX
Abby Higgs: ETF investing is so popular because of its ease and safety – but you might feel like the amount of choices in exchange-traded funds can be overwhelming.
NYSE:BABA, NASDAQ:TSLA, NASDAQ:FB
Ron Rowland: Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you are probably aware that Alibaba’s initial public offering (“IPO”) is slated for Friday. Alibaba Group Holding Ltd. expects to raise about $23 billion, making it the largest IPO