The IPO market is heating up right now. Already in 2017, IPOs have raised a total of $4.3 billion.
In January, six companies went public with IPOs. One year earlier, none had gone public.
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Some big deals have already happened:
- REV Group (NYSE: REVG) raised $275 million
- Jagged Peak Energy (NYSE: JAG) raised $474 million
- Keane Group (NYSE: FRAC) raised $508 million
- JELD-WEN Holdings (NYSE: JELD) raised $575 million
- Invitation Homes (NYSE: INVH) raised $1.8 billion
Some of those deals are pretty sizable. But they are nothing compared with the upcoming technology offerings, the top IPOs for 2017.
Snapchat will go public in March in a $25 billion IPO! It will be the biggest IPO since Facebook went public in 2012.
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Snap is a messaging and photo app that’s very popular with young people. As old folks took over Facebook, their kids have moved over to Snapchat. One of the most attractive features of Snapchat is that photos disappear after being viewed ̶ which helps diminish privacy concerns.
Snap has officially filed to IPO on the NYSE. Fortune reports that the IPO could value Snap at $20 billion to $25 billion.
Snap shares are expected to start trading in March. That makes this the top IPO for the coming year. Unless a rich technology or media company swoops in, Snap will be publicly traded within a few weeks.
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Airbnb is a nine-year-old startup and the largest lodging company in the world. But the company doesn’t own a single hotel or apartment building.
Instead, Airbnb offers a platform for renting a room, apartment or entire home. With 2 million listings in 191 countries, the company has arranged 60 million guest visits.
This new platform is disrupting the hotel business and changing the way people travel. That’s why this tech company is valued at nearly the same amount as Marriott (NASDAQ: MAR).
Lyft is a ride-sharing company that is disrupting the taxi business. It’s the smaller and less-well-known competitor to Uber. While Uber is often deep in controversy, Lyft has positioned itself as the friendlier company focused on a great experience.
The company is generating annual sales of $800 million, and it’s currently valued at $5.5 billion. Lyft is smaller than many Silicon Valley unicorns. Yet it could be quietly preparing for an IPO to boost its public profile and raise significant cash to compete with Uber.
Music is a big business. Ever since Napster provided free music for download, the entire industry has been fighting technology and innovation.
Spotify is the latest tech company that’s changing the way that music is sold and distributed. For just $9.99 per month, you can access Spotify and listen to unlimited music and download an unlimited number of songs or albums. With Spotify, you’ll never buy another album.
There is one catch: you must keep paying the annual subscription fee. Otherwise, all the music disappears.
Spotify has raised $1 billion from investors, and is currently valued at $8.5 billion. With more than 100 million users ̶ including 40 million paid subscribers ̶ this company is a huge force for in the music industry.
Palantir is one of the most secretive companies in Silicon Valley. That shouldn’t be a surprise. One of the earliest investors was the Central Intelligence Agency, and the company’s clients include the U.S. military, law enforcement agencies and the National Security Agency.
The company provides big data and analytics solutions to help protect against terrorist attacks and track down bank fraud.
The company’s founder and chairman is Peter Thiel. He was a founder of PayPal, early investor in Facebook, and vocal Donald Trump supporter.
With $1.9 billion in financing and a $20 billion valuation, Palantir is one of the biggest private companies with venture capital financing. That alone means there will be building pressure for an IPO from Palantir, which will be one of the top IPOs in 2017.
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When will these IPOs happen? Well, it’s difficult to say . . .
New rules make it 100% legal for companies with less than $1 billion of annual revenues to secretly file for an IPO. That means that all of these companies, the top IPOs of 2017, will quietly file to go public without allowing investors to take a look at the details.
This is exactly what happened with Snapchat. The company “secretly” filed papers with the Securities and Exchange Commission last November. And the filing was made public last week.
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