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Upcoming IPOs & SPACs to Buy Now
Expect Shaquille O'Neal to ring the bell when Authentic Brands goes public this fall to become AUTH stock. Then expect to be entertained.
Joby Aviation is off to a slow start as a publicly-traded company. However, the company's business plan could still lift JOBY stock.
The Rivian IPO will be made to a market that has grown skeptical of the electric vehicle future, and has already been burned by it.
Rivian recently filed for its IPO with an implied valuation of $80 billion. Its story bears a striking resemblance to that of Lucid Motors.
PSTH stock has plunged recently for understandable reasons -- a failed merger, a lawsuit and other concerns have investors rightly wary.
These three cannabis SPACs have the most potential to climb higher in value once they complete their prospective mergers.
IPOs went out of fashion last year due to SPAC mania, but there are several names on this list that will get you excited for them once again.
It's bad news that Bill Ackman's SPAC couldn't close its proposed UMG merger. However, traders have overreacted, setting up an opportunity in PSTH stock.
SPACs are on the lookout for quality companies that they can merge with. These seven names certainly fit the bill in every respect.
Companies are racing to launch IPOs as the market hits all time highs. Here are some companies and ETFs to be part of the action.
Over the course of 2020, every small company with a great idea tried to go public through a SPAC merger and tap into the higher-valuation and easier-funding benefits that come with being a public company in the stock market.
Some ill-timed CCIV stock investors might be feeling disappointed now, but higher prices should come as Lucid Motors reports strong demand.
Churchill Capital Corp. IV has shareholder vote July 22. Before buying CCIV stock, consider Churchill Capital’s hits and misses.
The issue, though, is that the price isn't right at $26 per share. Give CCIV stock another look if it pulls back after its upcoming deSPACing. For now? Hold off buying.
There is a lot of speculation surrounding Lucid Motors. Wait for the company to begin production before you buy CCIV stock.
With the upcoming launch of the groundbreaking Lucid Air, CCIV stock should start gaining momentum soon. Assuming a successful launch, the Lucid Air is a vehicle that can easily rival the best of what Tesla has to offer
There are some long-term questions about AvePoint's business. That said, for the time being, APXT stock should have further upside.
Though TPGY stock seems compelling on the narrative front, when you look at the bigger picture, some troubles are brewing.
Influential hedge fund manager Bill Ackman has made a clever deal to buy part of UMG. PSTH stock should rally as people dig into the deal's mechanics.
AvePoint is unprofitable and does not seem to have any potentially transformational offerings. As a result, APXT stock is unattractive.