How Much Would My Portfolio Be Worth If I Had Invested in These Companies?

Ever wonder how different your life could be if you had had the foresight (or the opportunity, depending on how old you are) to buy some Amazon shares back when it was known primarily as a bookseller? Maybe you have wondered: “What if I had invested in Netflix, right when it went public?” And thinkContinue reading “How Much Would My Portfolio Be Worth If I Had Invested in These Companies?”

What you need to know about the Coinbase IPO

When an airplane is getting ready to take off, before it starts moving, you can hear the engines going full throttle, giving the plane the burst it needs to get off the ground. Coinbase, set to go public on the Nasdaq on April 14th, under the ticker COIN, received that full-throttle boost from its recentlyContinue reading “What you need to know about the Coinbase IPO”

The Roblox IPO: How to invest in this gaming up-and-comer

2021 is shaping up to be a year with some exciting companies going public. One great example is gaming platform Roblox, whose unique offering and business model have many investors lining up to purchase the stock. Like Google and Spotify before it, the company is opting for a direct listing rather than a traditional IPO. The company is goingContinue reading “The Roblox IPO: How to invest in this gaming up-and-comer”

What you need to know about the Coupang IPO

It is said that: “you can’t have your cake and eat it too.” Well, Coupang wants you to have your cake, eat it and lick the plate. The South Korean e-commerce giant will be going public on the New York Stock Exchange on March 10th, 2021.  The company’s founder Bom Kim wants his customers to “have itContinue reading “What you need to know about the Coupang IPO”

What is SPAC? The IPO method that has been massively hyped recently

The term SPAC has been floating around quite a bit recently. The fundraising method has become very popular as an alternative to traditional IPOs and, in 2021, was used to raise more than $45 billion in less than two months. But what exactly is a SPAC? Read on to find out. Invest in Markets 67%Continue reading “What is SPAC? The IPO method that has been massively hyped recently”

Weekly Stock Market Update: Significant Quarterly Results To Be Delivered in the Coming Days

Last Week’s Top Five Market Winners Nasdaq Stock Market (NASDAQ) The past seven days welcomed positive results for Adamis Pharmaceuticals Corp. (ADMP), Sunworks Inc. (SUNW), Gevo Inc. (GEVO), Qutoutiao Inc. (QTT) and Tellurian Inc. (TELL) on the Nasdaq Stock Market. Adamis Pharmaceuticals Corp. (ADMP) stocks were boosted (+130.43%) after it was revealed that the company isContinue reading “Weekly Stock Market Update: Significant Quarterly Results To Be Delivered in the Coming Days”

Markets up as US clears path for Moderna vaccine approval

European markets have opened positively this morning with Germany’s Dax leading the way up 1.6% as optimism creeps in surrounding vaccination and the prospect of US fiscal stimulus ahead of Central Bank meetings on both sides of the pond. Travel and leisure has also seen a bounce as well as better than expected numbers fromContinue reading “Markets up as US clears path for Moderna vaccine approval”

Markets in the red on Brexit and stimulus doubts

European markets have opened in the red as investors dial down their risk as Brexit negotiations near a critical point ahead of Sunday’s deadline. In addition to this, an agreement on a US fiscal stimulus package still looks some way off. Despite some vaccine optimism, US index futures are trading down 0.5%. In the USContinue reading “Markets in the red on Brexit and stimulus doubts”

Brexit talks stall, ECB set to extend stimulus

European markets have had a muted open this morning as ongoing Brexit talks continue to yield any real progress. The deadline of this Sunday has been set for talks to reach a conclusion and with many markets pricing in an agreement of some sort, a derailment of negotiations could well bring on some significant volatility.Continue reading “Brexit talks stall, ECB set to extend stimulus”

White House $916bn stimulus deal offer deemed ‘unacceptable’ by Democrats

Since the Covid-19 pandemic began, and governments began to take fiscal and monetary measures in response, markets have reacted significantly to any updates on potential new rounds of stimulus. Recently in the US, hopes have emerged of a smaller interim deal between Democrat and Republican lawmakers than the multi-trillion-dollar deal Democrats had initially hoped for.Continue reading “White House $916bn stimulus deal offer deemed ‘unacceptable’ by Democrats”

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