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Computerized Investing > July/August 2007

On the Internet: Web Sites for IPOs

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by CI Staff

Web Sites for IPOs

During the technology bubble of the 1990s, initial public offerings (IPOs) became more and more common. In 1999, at the height of the bubble, there were almost 500 IPOs, which returned close to a combined 280% that year. After the bubble burst in late 2000, the number of IPOs fell to a low of only 68 in 2003. While the market still remains uncertain, IPOs are again gaining popularity. Investors, however, are proceeding with caution as the number of IPOs is increasing.

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Joe Dobson from OK posted 5 months ago:

I appreciate the web location. I will go see what I can find. Thanks for the help.


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