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BigCommerce IPO

201% gains yesterday.

That makes it the #1 IPO for 2020 . . .

Measured by the famed “first day pop” in the stock price.

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The stock is BigCommerce (NASDAQ: BIGC).

Yesterday the company went public in an IPO on the Nasdaq with the ticker symbol “BIGC.” And the company raised $216 million by selling shares at $24.

BigCommerce IPO shares began trading at 12:30 p.m. And when the closing bell rang, the stock was up 201% from the IPO price.

Just check out the following chart from Google Finance to see the big one-day jump.

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BigCommerce IPO

BigCommerce: The Next Shopify?

BigCommerce provides e-commerce tech solutions to over 60,000 online stores.

E-commerce has been growing rapidly for decades. Yet the pandemic has sparked hyper-growth for companies selling products online.

In many ways, the company is a smaller version of Shopify (NASDAQ: SHOP). And that stock has soared 3,785% since its IPO in 2015.

BigCommerce sales grew by 22% to reach $120 million in the last 12 months. And the company reported a net loss of $36 million.

The company was valued at $1.8 billion, based upon the BigCommerce IPO price of $24 per share. Yet by the close of trading the company’s market value had soared to $5.5 billion.

Did You Get BigCommerce IPO Shares?

Chances are slim that you were issued an allocation in BigCommerce IPO shares . . .

That’s unless you’ve got an account valued at +$10 million at Morgan Stanley, Barclays or Jefferies (those are the investment banks that took Big Commerce public).

The BigCommerce IPO was “oversubscribed” by several times. That means there was huge demand for the very limited IPO shares.

Unfortunately, most folks like us didn’t have a shot at the $24 BigCommerce IPO shares.

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Let’s say you were excited about the BigCommerce IPO.

The best you could do is wait until 12:30 p.m. when the stock opened for trading. And you would’ve paid $79 per share.

By the end of the day the stock closed at $72. And you’d have banked a loss of 9% for the day.

Let’s compare that with the “insiders” on Wall Street who bought IPO shares:

  • Regular Investors = 9% loss
  • Wall Street Insiders = 201% profits

It’s easy to see that the deck is stacked against you.

Yet you can easily set yourself up for massive profits of 839% or more. And you can do this by securing Pre-IPO shares – just a few days or weeks before a stock goes public.

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In fact, I’m ready to reveal this Pre-IPO Secret next week. And I’ll explain exactly how to jump into at least five of the hottest IPOs immediately.

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Yours in Health & Wealth,

Ian Wyatt

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