That will make ride-sharing company Uber the second-largest IPO . . . EVER!
Now, most folks will be scrambling to BUY shares in the initial public offering. Unfortunately, the investment bankers only give these shares to multi-millionaire clients.
Today, you can secure Uber pre-IPO shares using a little-known secret.
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So, what exactly is Uber?
Founded in 2009, Uber is in the No. 1 ride-sharing company.
In the last week, I’ve been to Montreal, Toronto and now Cleveland. I’m exclusively using Uber to get to and from the airport . . . and to get to my meetings.
Today, the company serves 75 million people in over 600 cities. All those rides helped the company generate $11.3 billion in revenue last year – a 43% increase from 2017.
The company is five times larger than Lyft, which went public in March.
Uber’s prospectus with the Securities & Exchange Commission is confidential. That means we don’t have access to the detailed IPO plans (yet).
In the next week or two, the S-1 public filing should reveal everything.
The Wall Street Journal reports that the Uber IPO could be valued at as much as $120 billion.
At $120 billion, Uber would be worth more than the combined value of General Motors, Ford and Fiat Chrysler.
Shares are expected to go public on the New York Stock Exchange in late April. And trading could commence with the ticker symbol “UBER.”
Only Morgan Stanley’s wealthiest clients will have a shot at getting these Uber IPO shares. That’s because the offering will be “oversubscribed” – meaning there’s tons of demand for the stock.
Regular folks have two choices.
First, you can wait for the stock to open up on the NYSE.
Typically, the “opening trade” for a hot stock will be 10% to 30% above the official IPO price. That means you could be looking at a big premium for the stock.
Second, you can BUY pre-IPO shares of Uber now – just days before the IPO.
Most investors don’t know this is possible . . .
But there’s a secret backdoor that allows you to BUY pre-IPO shares of Uber.
Yours in Profits,