The Biggest IPOs to Buy in 2021

This is the biggest year for IPOs since 1999 . . .

With blockbuster deals including Airbnb +86% . . . Big Commerce +201% . . .  and CureVac +672%!

Plus, 2021 will be a banner year with 108 private companies preparing to go public.

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Inside the 2020 IPO Boom

The surge of new initial public offerings or IPOs has shocked everyone.

438 private companies have already gone public in the U.S. in 2020. These stocks have raised a grand total of $153.9 billion from investors by going public.

No-cost online trading and the pandemic have encouraged millions of Americans to start trading stocks. And these new investors have been piling into tech and biotech stocks.

That’s helped fuel the quick rebound for stocks. Plus, it’s created the perfect environment for new IPOs.

The last major IPO boom was in 1999.

That’s when 547 companies launched IPOs. These newly public companies raised a total of $107.9 billion from investors, according to The Wall Street Journal.

Biggest IPOs for 2021

Another 10 IPOs are scheduled before the end of 2021.

Yet the current IPO boom won’t end with the New Year.

There are already 108 companies that have filed to go public. And these many of these companies could go public in the first quarter of 2021.

Affirm (private) just announced plans to go public in January. The online payments company plans to raise $1 billion when it goes public, likely one of the biggest IPOs. Affirm is said to be worth as much as $10 billion, one of the biggest IPOs.

Roblox also plans to go public in the New Year. The online gaming education company also plans to raise $1 billion in an IPO. Roblox is estimated to be worth $8 billion.

Additionally, CB Insights reports that there are 502 unicorns valued at over $1 billion. These are privately held technology companies backed by venture capital firms.

These 502 companies could also be looking to deliver IPOs in 2021.

Doing so would raise considerable capital for the companies. And it would allow the early investors to lock-in huge profits.

#1 IPO Before Dec. 31

One little-known EV battery stock plans to go public before the end of 2020.

This EV battery company is led by former engineers at Tesla Motors and SpaceX. And they’re creating a new next-generation battery for electric cars.

The company just landed a major contract for +$210 million.

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