In this video, Ed Butowsky discusses his experience at Morgan Stanley with IPOs and what investors need to be considering when investing in them.
Not all IPOs end with incredible success. While they may create a lot of headlines in the news, it’s crucial for a prudent investor to stay level-headed with your portfolio. Current economic conditions are favorable for a number of companies to go public, so it’s important to stay informed.
- An Initial Public Offering (IPO) is the first time a company offers ownership shares to the public.
- Roughly 25% of companies are not in existence within 7 years after their IPO, either from buy-out, bankruptcy, or some similar event.
- When it comes to companies like CAVA, it’s important to decide if the risk is worth the investment. There are over 200 other companies set to IPO in the future currently.