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Investor Uprising Analyzes IPO Boom
Jul 05, 2011 (03:07 PM EDT)

NEW YORK, July 5, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- A new story published on Investor Uprising indicates that the new fever gripping the IPO market may not be justified, as most IPOs trade below their initial offering price.

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Investor Uprising talked to leading traders, investors, and IPO analysts and found the reception of the recent wave of IPOs somewhat disappointing. More than half of the 124 deals made in the global IPO market in the past three months were trading below their respective offer prices by the end of the quarter, according to Renaissance Capital. The total average return? An unimpressive 1%.

You can read the full blog post by Noreen Seebacher of Investor Uprising here.

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Media Contacts:
R. Scott Raynovich
Editor in Chief, Investor Uprising
(406) 582-5886 direct
(406) 599-7873 mobile

Noreen Seebacher
Community Editor, Investor Uprising
(201) 360-6773

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