US Weekly IPO and SPAC Monitor : Just One IPO in Thanksgiving Week

During Thanksgiving week we have just one IPO due. Canadian gold exploration company Holdover Austin Gold (AUST).  Be aware there is still a chance that a handful of SPACs will price during the week. Holdover Austin Gold (AUST) Plans to raise $15 million at a $64 million market cap. This Canadian gold exploration company currently has interests in four properties located in the state of Nevada, with just one property that it considers material at this time. Austin Gold has not generated … Continue reading “US Weekly IPO and SPAC Monitor : Just One IPO in Thanksgiving Week”

Nvidia Record Quarterly Revenue in Gaming, Data Center, and Professional Visualization

NVidia beat both earnings and revenue expectations in the third quarter of 2021. Revenue for the third quarter was a record $7.10 billion, up 50 percent from a year earlier. Record quarterly revenue was achieved in Gaming, Data Center, and Professional Visualization. Gaming revenue was up 42 percent from a year ago and up 5 percent sequentially Q3 2021 Earnings NVDA reported adjusted earnings per share of $1.17 and revenue of $7.1 billion. Analysts expected $1.11 earnings per share and … Continue reading “Nvidia Record Quarterly Revenue in Gaming, Data Center, and Professional Visualization”

German Solar Electric Vehicle Disruptor Sono Group IPO Debut

Germany-based Sono Group NV $SEV raised $150 million at a $1.1 billion market cap. The company is developing what it believes is disruptive solar technology, as well as a solar and battery powered vehicle. Sono Motors is developing the solar electric vehicle (SEV) for the masses, the Sion. It has reached more than 16,000 reservations with advance payments for the Sion, the solar electric vehicle (SEV) for the masses, German disruptive solar technology company Sono Group (SEV) Sono Group N.V. (parent company to … Continue reading “German Solar Electric Vehicle Disruptor Sono Group IPO Debut”

Australian Green Bitcoin Miner Iris Energy Debuts on NASDAQ

Australian green bitcoin miner Iris Energy debuted on Nasdaq Wednesday opening at the $US28 IPO price only to sell off sharply. Trading under the symbol $IREN , which accesses abundant or under-utilized renewable energy to power its operations, fell as much as 22% in its first session and closed down 12.7 % at $US24.45. It didn’t help that Bitcoin prices fell though the day. Australia’s Iris Energy (IREN) is an Bitcoin mining company primarily powered by renewable energy raised its initial public … Continue reading “Australian Green Bitcoin Miner Iris Energy Debuts on NASDAQ”

Greed Outpacing Fear in Markets says Goldman’s Solomon

In what may appear as patently obvious to most Goldman Sachs CEO, David Solomon speaking at an event in Singapore said we are living in one of those “periods of time when greed has outpaced fear.” and the global economy is facing a ‘complicated time’. We are in times not too dissimilar to the 1980’s where the fictional Gordon Gekko ruled and the real Ivan Boesky would most likely be the norm in the moral hazard free 2021. Soloman says … Continue reading “Greed Outpacing Fear in Markets says Goldman’s Solomon”

Exxon Puts Texas Barnett Shale Gas Properties Up For Sale

Exxon Mobil on Monday put it’s Barnett Shale holdings that include 2,700 wells across about 182,000 acres in North Texas up for sale. The producing properties are valued at between $400 million and $500 million, according a person familiar with the matter Reuters said. Barnett Shale was the site the first horizontally drilled shale wells. Exxon is in a position to take advantage of skyrocketing natural gas properties across the world. U.S. gas prices are up 75% year to date, … Continue reading “Exxon Puts Texas Barnett Shale Gas Properties Up For Sale”

US and European ETFs See Switch From Value To Growth Stocks in Q3

European Growth ETFs, which focus on “growth” stocks, attracted €120m in the three months to September, their strongest quarter since 2015. The move mirrored the US, where growth ETFs took in $9.4bn in Q3, the second strongest quarter on record, and reversing the $8.5bn of net outflows the sector suffered in the previous 12 months. Growth stocks typically trade at higher price-to-earnings or price-to-book-multiples The move followed European Investors in Q3 pulling a record net €3.7bn from European value ETF … Continue reading “US and European ETFs See Switch From Value To Growth Stocks in Q3”

US Weekly IPO and SPAC Monitor : KinderCare & Braze

Heading into Thanksgiving another busy week ahead in the IPO market with 7 IPOs scheduled to bring in $1.9 billion. Childcare provider KinderCare Learning Companies $KLC and customer engagement platform Braze $BRZE Childcare provider KinderCare Learning Companies (KLC) Plans to raise $503 million at a $2.7 billion market cap. The company serves children from 6 weeks to 12 years of age through 1,480 early childhood education centers and 650 before- and after-school sites across 40 states and Washington DC. While KinderCare is a leader in … Continue reading “US Weekly IPO and SPAC Monitor : KinderCare & Braze”

Brazilian Engineering Software Provider CI&T IPO Debuts on NYSE

Brazilian based CI&T, a global digital native specialist, and end-to-end digital transformation partner providing strategy, design and software engineering services to some of the world’s leading brands went public as $CINT on the NYSE closing up 20%

Electric Truck Developer Rivian Automotive IPO Soars To $85 Billion on Debut

Electric truck developer Rivian Automotive raised $11.9 billion to become the largest IPO of 2021, and the largest IPO since Alibaba (NYSE: BABA) in 2014. RIVN reached a high of $119.38 and closed at $100.73/share when markets closed