While consolidation may be key to the cannabis market in 2019, this IPO is worthy of a deeper dive.
Data Center operator Global Switch is prepping to list in Hong Kong. Here is why it could be a choice global investment opportunity.
The stock closed down on its first day of trading on the CSX. Here is a breakdown of the current landscape and some up-and-comers to keep an eye on.
The online survey software firm's stock soared on its first day of trading, leaving it with multiples one normally sees granted to faster-growing firms.
The limited technical data for the recent Eli Lilly spinoff indicate buyers came in early and appear to be holding.
Equipment provider sees growth opportunities for cannabis business in U.S. and Canada.
Zoe's Kitchen, Fitbit, GoPro and even Shake Shack show the danger of buying at steep post-IPO prices.
When the direction of stock prices gets controlled by discussions in the boardroom the price discovery mechanism of the marketplace goes away.
Listen to Cramer equate Sonos to Fitbit, which is the "kiss of death."
Misplaced confidence, IPO mania and historically high valuations mean it's increasingly important for investors to recognize potential negatives on the investment horizon.
New fund will take a more international focus as more countries move toward legalizing cannabis for medical use.
Sonos SONO is now a public company - shares surged over 20% following its Nasdaq debut Thursday.
The last two large dips in Pivotal Software in the slow stochastics have been buying opportunities.
Negative coverage of Saudi oil giant's plan to invest $70 billion in chemicals company Sabic makes no sense.
Expect several more firms to list on stock exchanges this year.
Web browser Opra, which debuted as a public company on the Nasdaq Friday, has a plan to compete with Apple's Safari and Alphabet's Google Chrome.
Bloom Energy BE shares surged over 51% in its New York Stock Exchange debut Wednesday
The Denver-based company's managed licensed facilities have produced and sold more than 100,000 kg of cannabis combined.
PE-based backers of Canada-based Tilray come from the realm of smart money.
The connected audio pioneer has a quality product line. But it has been losing money, and tech giants are starting to take aim.
Cannabis beverage company Sproutly isn't focusing its strategy on the United States, amid the illegality of recreational cannabis use.
Look for a flood of offerings from Chinese names in the second half of the year.
Commercial landscaping provider BrightView shares moved slightly lower on Thursday following its debut as a public company on the New York Stock Exchange.
The next move for DBX is likely to be sideways.
Trucking company US Xpress debuted as a public company on the New York Stock Exchange Thursday and CEO Eric Fuller doesn't see rising freight costs letting up anytime soon.
The Green Organic Dutchman's IPO this month is Canada's biggest to date, and the country is only getting started.
This is a good time for a buy-write trade on the Chinese streaming video name.
When it comes to Dropbox and Spotify, their market positions in their respective businesses are enviable.
No one has more paid subscribers or streams as many hours per month as Spotify. It's not even close.
Sound has finally reached the ears of traders.