3 Things That Will Change After Facebook's IPO, and 2 Things That Won't
Conventional wisdom says that everything changes once a company goes public. Instead of helming your own ship, you now have to kowtow to the voracious Wall Street masters, ever hunting for bigger and better quarterly earnings. You have to play nice with the press, for fear of bad news leading to a short of your stock.
Social Networking Stocks Snapshot Following Wednesday's Filing of Facebook IPO; FFN, LNKD, RENN, SINA Trade Up
New York, New York - February 2, 2012 - www.InvestorIdeas.com, a global investor research portal, specializing in sector research including tech stocks issues an investor alert for social networking stocks for February 2nd, following the S1 IPO filing of Facebook Inc, ( Facebook.com) yesterday. The Company is raising $5 Billion in its IPO and intends to start trading in May.
The graffiti artist who took Facebook stock instead of cash for painting the walls of the social network’s first headquarters made a smart bet. The shares owned by the artist, David Choe, are expected to be worth upward of $200 million when Facebook stock trades publicly later this year.
Is the Facebook IPO the Start of Another Tech Bubble?
How to invest in a penny stock IPO is something that is not understood well by the investing public. The Initial Public Offering (IPO) market is dominated by household names such as Groupon and Facebook. Few traders or investors consider that trading or investing in a penny stock IPO may be a worthwhile and profitable endeavor.
As the anticipation continues to grow people with some familiarity to the matter have said that as early as the upcoming week papers may be filed by Facebook Inc for their initial public offering. The Facebook IPO would undoubtedly be one of the largest ever for any U.S. company in history.
The Twitter IPO Will Likely Be One of the Biggest of 2013
SecondMarket provides an avenue for accredited investors to invest in private company stocks before they become publicly traded stocks via an IPO, including shares of privately held Facebook, which is expected to be one of the biggest IPOs ever when it occurs in 2012. Having the ability to buy private company stocks via SecondMarket, before the stocks become publicly trading securities,
An overlooked Initial Public Offering (IPO) market is the Malaysia IPO market, which has been heating up during 2011, and should continue to be strong in 2012. The Malaysia IPO market offers many opportunities to buy emerging market company IPOs in the fast growing Asia-Pacific region that have great potential to make gains in the years to come.