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Re: Eager Investors Eye Tech's Readiness To Go Public
Posted by: Kevin Maney & Matt Krantz 2003-12-04 12:10:23
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For three years, initial public offerings of stock have been all but dead. Now, momentum for tech IPOs seems to be building. Fifteen began trading in November, the busiest month in two years, says IPO tracker Renaissance Capital. If all goes as planned, December will be the busiest month for IPOs since the bull market's dying days. An IPO rebirth would be good news for the economy. But don't look for anything like the IPO craze of the late 1990s. Everyone's learned their lesson -- or so they say.


Re: Eager Investors Eye Tech's Readiness To Go Public
Posted by: pjone 2003-12-05 06:11:14 In reply to: Kevin Maney & Matt Krantz
Indeed Hot-filled action of IPO is coming back since dot.com flop.
Regarding Google IPO, as an individual investor to purchase stock for pre-IPO. I need information.
Thanks,
PJOne

Re: Eager Investors Eye Tech's Readiness To Go Public
Posted by: grey_eminence 2003-12-04 12:13:32 In reply to: Kevin Maney & Matt Krantz
Now ! Start to look for Atomic Holographic Nanostorage in the Near Future.
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President Bush signed National Nanotech R & D Bill !
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Thousands of other technologies and tens of thousands of jobs will be created in this future $ 1 trillion dollar industry just starting.
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