Why the WSJ Expects Record IPO Surge in 2021

IPO surge

2020 was a blockbuster year for initial public offerings . . . with an IPO surge that saw 454 companies going public and raising $167.2 billion, according to The Wall Street Journal.

That dwarfed the previous record in 1999, when IPOs raised $107.9 billion from investors.

Meanwhile, IPO activity heated up in the final three months of 2020. Private companies raised a total of $67.3 billion during that period.

That’s when Airbnb (NASDAQ: ABNB) and DoorDash (NYSE: DASH) went public. And shares of both companies surged on their market debuts.

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The performance of new IPOs is creating tons of new interest.

The AVERAGE IPO jumped over 71% in 2020. And nearly one-quarter of newly public stocks doubled in price!

Here’s the good news : The IPO surge will continue in 2021, according to The Wall Street Journal.

Currently, 158 private companies have filed to go public in this IPO surge. And they’re simply waiting for approval from the S.E.C. before trading on the NYSE or NASDAQ.

Plus, there are nearly 500 privately held companies valued at over $1 billion. Each of these has raised venture capital financing. And these companies could be looking at an IPO this year.

With stocks at record highs, investor enthusiasm is high. That makes it an ideal time for companies to go public. And it creates a potentially lucrative opportunity for Pre-IPO investors.

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My price target suggests that the stock could jump 640% after its IPO.

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Ian Wyatt

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