Snapchat IPO Filing Puts a Charge Into 2017 IPO Market

Nov 15, 2016, 7:37 pm EST

Snapchat parent Snap Inc has filed the necessary documents to start the process of an initial public offering, according to a Reuters report. The lead underwriters on a Snapchat IPO will be Morgan Stanley (NYSE:MS) and Goldman Sachs Group Inc (NYSE:GS), the report says, and the offering should hit markets in March. Source: Maurizio Pesce Via Flickr

So, what do Snapchat’s financials look like?

Good question — and one that we won’t know for a bit longer. The filing was confidential. But we know one thing for certain: Snapchat can’t be generating more than $1 billion in revenues, otherwise the company would not be able to use a confidential filing. Read 

Twilio Inc (TWLO) Could Be on the IPO Treadmill

Nov 11, 2016, 7:00 am EST
Twilio Inc (TWLO) Could Be on the IPO Treadmill

Since coming public in late June, Twilio Inc (NYSE:TWLO) has offered juicy returns for both the longs and shorts. Keep in mind that the first-day return was a sizzling 92%. Then a few months later, the gains for TWLO stock came to 366%, making the Twilio IPO one of the top performers for the year.

But after this, the shorts wasted little time capitalizing. Consider that TWLO stock has gone on to shed a grueling 54% from the peak.

For IPOs, this kind of action is not necessarily a rarity, especially for companies that have caught the attention of momentum traders. Read 

Snap IPO: Company Seeking to Raise $4 Billion in 2017

Oct 27, 2016, 1:22 pm EST

Snap Inc., which was previously called Snapchat, reportedly wants to raise $4 billion in its initial public offering (IPO) for 2017.

The Snap IPO is expected to take place during the first quarter of 2017. The IPO for the company is expected to value it between $25 billion and $35 billion. However, it is possible that it could reach a value of up to $40 billion.

Unnamed sources close to the matter claim that the company will be confidentially filing its IPO documents with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission. This is possible because the company has yearly revenue below $1 billion. It is planning to bring in $350 million in advertising revenue in 2016. Read 

A Snapchat IPO Could Electrify Wall Street in 2017

Oct 6, 2016, 4:37 pm EST
A Snapchat IPO Could Electrify Wall Street in 2017

Wall Street is probably going to get a Snapchat IPO after all! Source: Maurizio Pesce Via Flickr

The Wall Street Journal is reporting that the fast-growing mobile chat app’s parent, Snap, is putting together the necessary paperwork for an initial public offering. Shares could hit the markets by late March 2017, and the Snapchat IPO could be valued at more than $25 billion — the valuation of Twitter Inc (NYSE:TWTR) at its offering.

So why won’t Snapchat go public any sooner than March? After all, a Snapchat IPO is almost certain to be a huge success. Snapchat is one of the leaders of the mobile revolution, and the company has already beaten its revenue projections for this year (which were $350 million on the high end). Next year, Snapchat expects to reach $1 billion in revs. Read 

Camping World IPO: 7 Things to Know

Sep 26, 2016, 11:59 am EST

RV retailer Camping World has announced plans for its upcoming IPO. Source: Wikipedia

Here are a few things to know about the Camping World IPO, as collected from Nasdaq.

    The company is looking to raise $250 million. The IPO will include 11.4 million shares. The Camping World IPO will have shares priced between $21 to $23. If the midpoint is reached, the market value would be $1.8 billion. The company is planning to use “CWH” as its stock symbol. Underwriters for the IPO are Goldman Sachs, J.P. Morgan, BofA Merrill Lynch and Credit Suisse. The stock is expected to price the week of Oct. 3, 2016.

Follow this link to learn more about the Camping World IPO. Read 

Will Airgain Inc Run Out of Fuel? (AIRG)

Sep 22, 2016, 10:40 am EST
Will Airgain Inc Run Out of Fuel? (AIRG)

Airgain Inc (NASDAQ:AIRG), which develops embedded antenna technologies, came public back in early August, with little fanfare. AIRG was unchanged on the first day of trading, but the dullness did not last long, as Airgain stock has since gained a sizzling 108%.

So what’s going on? Can this rally last? Or should investors be wary of AIRG stock?

Airgain’s embedded antenna technologies are for high performance wireless networks, such as those for the home and enterprises. The company distributes its 330 products through various large partners like Belkin International, DirecTV, Echostar Corporation (NASDAQ:SATS) and Huawei Technologies Co. Not only has this strategy pumped up growth — with 87 million units shipped last year — but it has also provided an effective means for testing new chipsets. Read 

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