Yes, COIN is only one company, one stock, but it's a mountain of emotion right now.
Two new IPOs are on my radar.
The deal for Grab would involve U.S. tech venture capital firm Altimeter Capital Management.
I've watched new issue after new issue open lower, then bounce hard.
This game being widely played right now is part of the reason it is so easy for new SPACs to keep raising money.
There were bearish signs in the stock late last week, with the shares plunging Tuesday after a go-public deal with Lucid Motors.
Who knew high finance was so easy? And why the heck was I working so hard? Fundamental analysis is so 1980s.
With its listing in Hong Kong, Kuaishou Technology has beaten short-video competitor ByteDance to the punch in selling shares to a demanding public
The maker of the RELX brand of vape pens and e-cigarettes - the market leader in China - hopes to take the company global.
HCICU hit the public markets today.
The fundamentals and analyst rah-rah isn't there right now.
The numbers tell the story and not the other way around. Don't forget that.
Here's a quick study on why SuRo Capital could reward investors -- but you'll have to make your move before this time closes.
A flurry of healthcare IPOs in Hong Kong since a rule change in 2018 has been impressive.
With these huge initial public offerings in Airbnb, DoorDash and Snowflake, we have to think about how much sense their valuations make; the logic behind them might surprise you.
Plus, Coinbase files for an eventual initial public offering that should draw a ton of interest.
Despite a holiday drop off looming, we still have movement in bitcoin-related names, the Robinhood folks keep going, and check out ContextLogic's offering.
There is some concern about the formation of a bubble, which makes keeping an eye on individual holdings critical.
Some markets are index-driven, but not this one, which makes finding good stock picks the approach to take in navigating it.
Let me tell you what happened in 1999-2000 and what's happening now, and how it doesn't have to happen again.
Both IPOs and secondary offerings sopped up some excess liquidity and are contributing to a market pause as Friday trading begins.
Indexes hold steady after several offerings eclipse opening prices in the past two days.
Here's how I see the action now, and my take on new public offerings and the current worry of some investors.
Despite negative volatility, at this point it looks like a pause in the uptrend and not a major top.
Long-term investors need to understand that an over-reliance upon tracking funds will ultimately exacerbate volatility, and once everyone is standing on the same side of the ship, destabilize financial systems.
IPOs will continue to suck up more liquidity, but it appears that buyers are lurking under the surface and are just waiting for some entry points.
... And the DoorDash IPO pulled out a block from it, bringing the whole thing down. Here's what to look for as two more major offerings are coming.
As the DoorDash IPO and Thursday's Airbnb offering get all the eyes, I'm watching special purpose acquisition companies, and here's why.
The action in the SPAC names is classic 'hot sector' trading.
There is little to no fear in the air, relative to what we as investors, and we as a people, have been through.