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Chinese Tech Company Ximalaya Pulls Planned IPO Yet Again

Poor market conditions and the uncertain status of Chinese tech listings cause the podcast market leader to put off its Hong Kong IPO.

Robinhood Transforms From High Flyer to Dicey Value Stock in Less Than a Year

After debuting with much fanfare last July, the former market darling now is languishing in value territory.

Ant Group IPO Revival Buffets Alibaba Stock

There's an unusual divergence between Alibaba shares in New York and Hong Kong, with the market not quite believing its ears that an Ant IPO is about to go ahead.

3 Intriguing Tales From Small-Cap Stock Land

As a busted BIRD bottoms, Billy Beane loses his 'seat' and a SOTP story continues a nice run.

Constellation Energy Could Power 20% Higher From Here

Shares of the clean energy power generator have rallied since going public in January.

I'm Diving Back Into the Dumpster to Gobble Up More BurgerFi Shares

This value investor's top pick for the rest of 2022 keeps losing ground, but that isn't stopping him from doubling down on this speculative play.

Jack Ma 'Arrest' and SEC's DiDi Investigation Whack China Tech Stocks

Tech-focused investors in Hong Kong responded in negative fashion to real news and rumors alike.

These Stocks Are in the Dumpster, But I'm Diving In

I am selectively doing some bottom fishing in busted IPO territory.

We're Taking Investors to 'Task'

We see a trading opportunity around a fast-growing name whose shares have been hit hard.

Busted IPOs, Yachts and Swimming Naked

The massive pullback in IPOs has exposed a lot of names once the tide receded.

I'm Taking a Flyer on a Small-Cap Stock, as the Market Gives It the Bird

The ride will likely not be smooth, but to me it was worth a little bit of speculative capital.

GoTo, the Go-To Investment for Southeast Asia, Makes Its Public Debut

Asia's most-exciting new public company began trading on the Indonesia Stock Exchange. Here's why it's a great point of entry into the world's fourth-largest nation.

Asia's Most Exciting New Stock Offering

What started life as a moped-hailing service has morphed into a superapp operator.

Doug Kass: The Great Bear Market of 2021-22

Since early summer 2021, an increased number of equities have become unglued from the averages.

2 Grill Makers Are Seeing Their Shares Fried After IPOs Last Summer

Traeger Inc. and Weber Inc. have disappointed investors as they trade well below their initial public offering prices.

Fashion Site Shein Looks Ready to Lead Chinese Return to Wall Street

The fast-fashion e-commerce operator is extending new roots into Singapore as Chinese companies try to work around restrictions on overseas listings.

India Lays Plans to Take Government Insurer Public Via Largest-Ever IPO

The Life Insurance Corporation of India long held a monopoly on life insurance but will sell shares as part of the government's divestment plans.

Dutch Bros Will Give Investors a Jolt When the IPO Buzz Wears Off

The history of Shake Shack seems relevant to the future of the latest hot newcomer to Wall Street.

SelectQuote Goes Thud on Huge Miss While CF Acquisition VI Creates a Rumble

CF is the SPAC that will be taking YouTube competitor Rumble public, and it has been drawing plenty of interest lately.

Knightscope's Investment Armor Looks Tarnished

Despite a noble cause of crime-fighting and security, successful public companies require viable business models.

I'm Going Public -- With My Favorite 'IPO' of the Year

Roblox was a 'metaverse'-style company before the word was cool. Here's why I'm hot on this name.

Bulls Run On, Energy and REITs Rule, Chips Go Wild, Options Trump Stocks

Plus, we bid a not-so-sad adieu to the mania in 2021 in meme stocks, SPACs and NFTs.

2021 Year in Review: A Very Good Market for Mega-Cap Stocks... But Not Much Else

The broader market had a very tough go of it in 2021, but you wouldn't know it unless you do some digging. From Reddit and Diamond Hands to SPACs and a stealth bear market, it's been a wild ride.

SenseTime Tries Again With IPO But Bars U.S. Investors

The Artificial Intelligence company SenseTime, judged part of the Chinese military complex, will try again with its US$767 million listing in Hong Kong.

Weber's Skewered Share Price Reaches a Level Where I Take a Bite

The grill maker's stock is down plenty from its peak and is well under its initial offering price of August.

Kohl's Appears Worth Snatching Up From the 'Sale' Rack

The department store retailer seems undervalued based on activist investor interest and the inclusion of Sephora shops in many of its locations.

AI Developer SenseTime Pulls Stock Sale Due to U.S. Sanctions

The Hong Kong-based company SenseTime protests its inclusion on a U.S. sanctions list for supplying AI software to the Chinese surveillance state.

As 2021 IPO Names Tumble, These 2022 Debuts Are Still Drawing Excitement

Despite the expectation of a tougher sledding for high-flying IPOs, optimism remains for a few key names.

Weibo Shares Fall as Twitter Equivalent Debuts in Hong Kong Market

After its parent, Sina Corp., delisted in New York, Weibo could be next now that its stock has established a Chinese presence.

Didi Global to Ditch U.S. Listing and Try Again in Hong Kong

China's ride-hailing market leader is bowing to Chinese government pressure and will exit the New York Stock Exchange.