CNBC star Jim Cramer says . . .pinterest IPO

“BUY Pinterest’s IPO.”

Shares could jump 20% to 30% in Thursday’s IPO.

Click here to claim Pinterest pre-IPO shares today.

It’s not just Cramer who is excited . . .

Wall Street analysts typically wait until after an initial public offering to recommend a stock. But one analyst is so excited that he couldn’t wait.

Pinterest just got a BUY recommendation and $23 share price target from London-based Atlantic Equities (click here for details).

That price target represents a 44% premium to the mid-range of the Pinterest IPO price.

Filings with the Securities & Exchange Commission outline plans to sell Pinterest shares to the public at $15 -to $17. The company plans to raise up to $1.5 billion at a valuation of $11 billion.

The New York Stock Exchange will list Pinterest shares on Thursday with the ticker symbol “PINS.”

Frankly, Pinterest is setting up to be one of the best-performing IPOs of the year.

Unlike Lyft’s aggressive IPO, Pinterest is conservatively pricing its IPO shares. And that could set up the stock for a big jump on its debut.

Pinterest is expanding rapidly – with sales growth of 60% last year.

Pinterest’s user base is growing at a fast pace – especially in international markets. Plus, the company’s revenue per user surged 25% last year.

Unlike many Silicon Valley companies looking to launch IPOs . . .

Pinterest could turn a profit in 2019.

Go here for my FREE Pinterest IPO briefing.

The company cut its losses by 50% last year. And by the end of this year, I’d expect the company to be profitable.

That’s a stark contract from Lyft and Uber – each of which is losing over $1 billion per year.

Following the IPO, Pinterest will be well-funded with over $2 billion of cash. That provides the company with plenty of capital to continue its rapid growth and explore acquisition opportunities.

The bottom line is that Pinterest is a high-growth company. And it’s being managed conservatively compared with other Silicon Valley companies.

I’m expecting that shares could jump 20% to 30% on Thursday morning.

Unfortunately, the IPO shares will be off-limits to regular folks like you and me. And if you wait for the IPO, you’ll likely pay a huge premium to the IPO price.

That’s why I’m buying up Pinterest pre-IPO sharesbefore the stock starts trading.

Don’t wait for the IPO.

There’s still time to secure your Pinterest pre-IPO shares today.

Just click here now (before they’re GONE).

Yours in Profits,

Ian Wyatt

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