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Risk of Investing in Initial Public Offerings (“IPOs”)
There are specific risks in investing in an Initial Public Offering (“IPO”). Among other things, the stock has not been subject to market valuation. Those risks are described at length in the prospectus, and we urge you to read the prospectus carefully to understand those risks before investing. An IPO is the first sale of stock by a private company to the public and may not be suitable for all investors. IPOs are often issued by smaller, younger companies seeking the capital to expand, but can also be done by large privately owned companies looking to become publicly traded. IPOs are a risky investment. For even experienced investors, it can be difficult to predict what the stock will do on its initial day of trading and in the near future because there is often little historical data with which to analyze the company. Also, most IPOs are of companies going through a transitory growth period, which are subject to additional uncertainty regarding their future values. Read more information regarding the significant risks associated with investing in IPOs emerging market, which rose mainly from ‘direct beneficiaries’… This year In the past year, the new coronavirus infection (Corona 19) pandemic and its aftermath dominated the market. As uncertainty about when each country’s industries and economies will normalize has grown, investors who value ‘certainty’ have increased sharply.
Corona 19 has created two main trends in the financial market. Economic uncertainty and negative real interest rates. As these two overlapped, growth stocks benefited greatly. The same goes for’digital winners’ companies. In addition, the FOMO phenomenon of’Isn’t only me alienated from the market?’ has also strengthened. FOMO is the motivation for many people to invest these days. All of them are factors that cause concern about overvaluation of corporate value and excessive rush of money.
In emerging markets (emerging markets), growth stocks have risen at an unprecedented level over the past decade. It is an uptrend amplified by the pandemic. This was the case in industries such as e-commerce, fintech, food delivery, shared vehicles, games, and cloud computing, which were already trending in emerging markets.
As a result, IPOGO believes that these industries have been somewhat overestimated. In many cases, the goals and reality of such growth companies are separated from each other. The absurd assumptions to justify the current stock price are often thought of without the fierce competition structure across many industries.
Emerging markets have gone through very difficult times over the past decade. IPOGO believes that this year’s emerging markets have good conditions for a’sustainable fire market’. Along with the weak dollar, emerging markets outside China are expected to show solid growth.
IPOGO predicts that this year’s emerging markets will generate credit and liquidity as a result of foreign capital inflows, which will lead to significant earnings momentum and a driving force for GDP and employment growth in some sectors.
IPOGO believes that there will be significant investment opportunities in the hotel and travel industries, the consumer discretionary goods sector, and some financial and catering industries. This is because it is attractive in terms of valuation.