Renaissance IPO ETF (IPO)
$44.25 0.34 (0.76%)
20:00 EDT IPO Stock Quote Delayed 30 Minutes
Previous Close $44.25
Market Cap 28.76M
PE Ratio -
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 109,800
Day's Range 44.00 - 44.75
52-Week Range 20.37 - 44.75
Dividend & Yield 0.12 (0.26%)
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While tech stocks can provide hefty returns, they are also quite risky. However, that's why investing in tech ETFs is a better approach.
The landscape for best ETFs in 2020 has changed after the novel coronavirus pandemic with technology and cloud companies leading the bunch.
Indigo Ag is a uniquely position growth company with huge upside potential. So, when the Indigo IPO happens, invest in Indigo Ag early.
The upcoming Coupang IPO is something to watch for, because if you invest in Coupang, you could be investing in the "Amazon of South Korea."
The IPO ETF has shown much resilience despite the novel coronavirus, which makes it remain among the best ETFs for 2020.
The company, founded in 2012, operates a native cloud data warehouse. And yes, growth has been staggering.
The Lemonade IPO looks like a winner, with losses narrowing, a solid app, cloud platform and a renter's insurance niche.
Now that mega-IPOs Uber, Lyft, Peloton and Beyond Meat have reported their first-ever earnings results, we take a look at how the numbers stack up. Are any a buy?
It's difficult to find the ETFs to buy amidst a crisis such as the coronavirus outbreak. But some investment themes are more conducive to a comeback than others.
The Renaissance IPO ETF could still be among the best ETFs to buy this year as some stocks in its portfolio soften the blow from the coronavirus pandemic.
Choosing the best ETF in 2020 won't be easy, but many of these funds stand a chance at being among the best ETFs to buy for next year.
IPO stocks were on fire to start the year, but they've since lost some momentum, and these five stocks are a big reason why.
Next year the market should see some interesting IPOs. My pick for the best ETFs contest is a play on that, and IPO stocks in general.
August was a slow month for IPOs because of the vacations. But now things are back in gear. So here’s a look at the IPOs expected for September.
Peloton is using cheap wireless internet connections to deliver expensive training sessions in a crowded market.
The IPO market is on fire right now. But not all the new IPO stocks make for promising investing opportunities to say the least. Some new stocks look seriously overvalued (looking at you, Beyond Meat).
The best stocks to buy are often the IPOs that have been public for 1-2 years. Here are seven to own for the long haul.
Uber's down-round IPO was a warning to other companies waiting to go public, that they should show investors the profit before they leave the safety of their venture capital owners.
Jumia helped Africans conduct almost $1 billion in business last year, and its hope for growth lies with the continent's entrepreneurial merchants.
Pinterest plans to come public next week. The company is solid , but investors should still treat this deal as a high-risk proposition.
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Match Group (MTCH – Research Report) received a Buy rating and a $110.00 price target from SunTrust Robinson analyst Youssef Squali on July 6. The company’s shares closed last Wednesday at $94.16. According to TipRanks.com, Squali is a top 25 analyst with an average return of 33.0% and a 75.8% success rate. Squali covers the
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