The recent failed Initial Public Offering (IPO) of the office sharing space company WeCo. gives great insight into how the capital markets decide on the “fair” price for company shares. This post will highlight how this process works, as it is a mystery to most on how the price of any company is … [Read more...] about WeWork Pricing Insights
Initial public offerings (IPOs) often attract initial public interest—especially when familiar brands become broadly available to investors for the first time. In recent months, investors have had the opportunity to buy shares of ride‑hailing networks Uber and Lyft, workplace productivity … [Read more...] about IPOs: Profiles Are High. What About Returns?
Social media company Twitter had their initial public offering (IPO) on November 7, 2013 under the symbol TWTR. An IPO is where a private company makes their shares available to the public for the first time. This well-recognized seven-year old unprofitable company with over 232 million monthly … [Read more...] about Consider the Tweet?
Social media company Facebook had their initial public offering (IPO) on Friday,May 18, 2012. An IPO is where a private company makes their shares available to the public for the first time. This well recognized company with over 1 billion worldwide users had significant hype leading up to the … [Read more...] about Should You “Friend” Facebook