It’ll be the biggest IPO in the last two years.
As the week-long investor roadshow wraps up . . .
Institutional investors – including billion-dollar pension funds and hedge funds – are rushing to get IPO shares.
The entire $1.2 billion financing was 100% full just a couple days into the roadshow.
The Wall Street Journal reports that Pinterest is raising the IPO price.
The initial IPO price range was $15 to $17 per share. And it’s now possible that the IPO price could rise to $18 to $20.
Pinterest is a rapidly growing social media website.
Last year revenues surged 60%.
Unlike most new technology IPOs, Pinterest is on the cusp of turning a profit. After reporting losses of just $63 million last year…
Pinterest could turn a profit by the end of 2019.
While Pinterest may not have the same level of “hype” as the recent Lyft IPO . . .
The stock could actually be a much better performer.
Shares will start trading on the New York Stock Exchange on Thursday morning. The ticker symbol will be “PINS.”
Right now, you’ve got just three choices.
First, you can sit on the sidelines and just watch the stock go public.
That means missing out on one of the few companies growing at over 60% per year. And within a few years, you’ll be kicking yourself for missing out.
Second, you can WAIT for PINS to start trading on the NYSE and then buy the stock.
I’m expecting the stock will pop 20% to 30% in the first day of trading. And that means you’ll probably pay over $20 per share – missing out on the early gains.
Third, you can claim your Pinterest Pre-IPO shares today.
Using a secret loophole, you can claim shares of Pinterest right now . . .
Just 24 hours before the stock goes public.
Today’s LIVE webinar reveals crucial and time-sensitive details.
Don’t miss out. This is 100% CLOSED tonight at midnight.
P.S. Did you miss the Amazon and Facebook IPOs?
Now’s your chance to become an early investor.