Renaissance IPO ETF (IPO)
$46.46 0.34 (0.74%)
18:30 EDT IPO Stock Quote Delayed 30 Minutes
Previous Close $46.46
Market Cap 30.20M
PE Ratio -
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 85,727
Day's Range 46.01 - 46.57
52-Week Range 20.37 - 46.27
Dividend & Yield 0.12 (0.25%)
IPO Stock Predictions, Articles, and Renaissance IPO ETF News
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As we move into April and beyond, these are some of the best ETFs to capitalize on overall and seasonal strength.
The IPO market is expected to be big this year, led by the mega unicorns. So here's a look at the four main deals to watch: Pinterest, Airbnb, Uber and Lyft.
For the most part, the IPO market has been fairly robust this year and much of the strength has come from tech operators. So, what are some of the deals to watch now? Here’s a look.
The U.S. IPO market recorded the highest activity volume in the first six months of the year since 2014 and the fourth-busiest year-to-date period since 1995. C....
The already beleaguered Snap Inc (SNAP) offering will still be a big part of several ETFs. Here are the funds that will own Snapchat.
SoulCycle went from a small start-up in NYC to part of a fitness revolution around the world. As it turns out, it's an extremely profitable revolution.
Investing in individual ETFs can be a dangerous game. Luckily, the Renaissance IPO ETF gives you a broader way to play IPOs.
It is inevitable that greater volatility will come for Alibaba given the size and scope of the company, so here's a "Vegas money" BABA trade.
Two IPO ETFs opted to buy Alibaba stock earlier than usual. Both ETFs are extremely diversified, but FPX beats IPO.
Funds like the Renaissance IPO ETF aren't bad investments, but don't use them if you simply want access to one hot deal like the Alibaba IPO.
IPOs, IPOs and more IPOs (and July 4 holiday action) in today's in this morning's linkfest from InvestorPlace.
Ally Financial's IPO is set, and ALLY begins trading Friday. Others may be excited about the event, but my advice is to stay away from ALLY. Here's why...
By Bryan Perry
I’m taking the late week run up for stocks after the jobs report as a short-term gift. In the meantime, Blackstone Group L.P. (BX) is on a serious tear.
Unlike many who are on the sidelines right now, I’ve got a dynamic portfolio of longs and shorts, including a relative new-comer to the stock market that I’d like to share with you: Hilton Worldwide Holdings (HLT), the iconic hotel chain and second-biggest initial public offering (IPO) of 2013.
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