An IPO The World Loves: Manchester United Ltd. Football Club

After being spot on about avoiding the Facebook Inc. (Nasdaq: FB) IPO and predicting the shares would hit $25 within a month, we were off by 52 cents. Now, even though its not a penny stock, a super IPO is going to hit the NYSE some time in the next few ...

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4 Good Stocks To Buy Now: SD, CEMP, MGIC, WETF

What do a Natural Gas and Oil Company, an IPO that was less than exciting compared to the upcoming Facebook IPO, Magic from Israel and a WisdomTree all have in common?

They are 4 of the best stocks to buy now under $8, February 14, 2012, all upgraded or initiated coverage to a “buy” rating or better recently from Wall Street

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IPO: Caesars Entertainment (CZR) Begins Trading Today

While the world waits for the Facebook IPO to launch, Caesars Entertainment, which owns casinos under the Caesars, Harrah’s and Horseshoe names, will begin trading today under the ticker symbol CZR on the Nasdaq exchange after pricing its IPO, initial public offering, at $9 a share. The shares had been offered at a range of $8 to $10.

Caesars was taken private in a $31 billion buyout by ...

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Vringo (VRNG) Changing Facetones After Doubling In Price?

The Facebook IPO hype has cooled down for Facetones App maker Vringo, Inc. (AMEX: VRNG) after the penny stock more than doubled since the social media internet stock giant to be filed for its IPO last week.

A number of companies rallied like VRNG did in the shadow of Mark Zuckerberg and ...

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Top 10 Market Factors Today December 16th

Top 10 Market Factors before the stock market opens today:
  1. Zynga priced 100 million shares at $10 each in IPO which means the company is raising $1 billion in its IPO. Last week it had set a price range of $8.50 – $10.00 per share. Zynga will start trading on the NASDAQ under the symbol ZNGA. With Zynga relying on Facebook for 95% of its $1B annual revenue, the IPO provides an opportunity to invest in the latter’s growth and a tea-leaf reading ...
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