Cricut IPO: 16 Things for Potential CRCT Stock Investors to Know as Shares Begin Trading Today

The Cricut (NASDAQ:CRCT) initial public offering (IPO) is underway and investors are already hammering shares of the stock as it starts trading today.

Image of a person doing crafts on a table.

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Here’s everything investors need to know about the Cricut IPO.

  • Cricut is listing shares of CRCT stock on the Nasdaq Exchange.
  • The IPO had the company pricing shares of its stock at $20 each.
  • Shares offered in the IPO are split by those offered by the company and those offered by other investors.
  • The shares coming from Cricut in the IPO total 13.25 million.
  • Shares coming from other investors are 2,064,903.
  • There’s also an option for underwriters of the IPO to purchase an additional 2,297,235 shares of CRCT stock at the starting price.
  • Goldman Sachs (NYSE:GS) and Morgan Stanley (NYSE:MS) are serving as lead book-running managers for the offering.
  • Citigroup (NYSE:C) Global Markets and Barclays (NYSE:BCS) Capital are acting as joint-book-running managers for the IPO.
  • Finally, Robert W. Baird & Co. Incorporated is the co-manager for the offering.
  • Cricut is a creative technology platform that offers a wide variety of products to its customers.
  • That includes smart cutting machines and other devices that creators can use at home for crafting.
  • Users can share creations through the platform, which has more than 4 million users.
  • Cricut’s first day of trading has seen it move about 3.5 million shares as of this writing.
  • Being that this is CRCT’ stock’s first day on the public market, we don’t have a daily average to compare that to.
  • However, we do know that the stock’s first day of trading is rough already with it dropping below its IPO price of $20 per share.
  • That has shares of the stock trading at closer to $17 per share.

CRCT stock was down 15.9% as of Thursday afternoon.

Cricut isn’t the only recent IPO worth talking about.

Interest in IPOs has been on the rise again lately as more companies choose it as a way to go public. Recent examples of this include DigitalOcean Holdings (NYSE:DOCN), Robinhood, and ThredUp. Interested investors can learn more about these companies’ IPO efforts at the following links.

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On the date of publication, William White did not have (either directly or indirectly) any positions in the securities mentioned in this article.

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