2015 IPOs To Watch

An Overview of The 2015 IPOs To Watch

2015 IPOThere are a number of 2015 IPOs to watch over the course of 2015.   While 2015 may not have a blockbuster Initial Public Offering (IPO), there are quite a few brand name companies that are set to undergo IPOs during 2015 and warrant keeping an eye on. One thing that is different about the 2015 IPOs compared to recent years is that while there will be quite a few technology company IPOs, many of the better known IPOs will actually be in the retail sector.

2014 was a banner year for IPOs with IPOs on Wall Street reaching their highest level since the Internet dot-com bubble year of 2000.   This is not to say that the number of IPOs indicate that we are reaching bubble levels in the stock market. Unlike 2000, few recent IPOs have raced higher on their IPO day. Also unlike the dot-com era, most companies going public now have actual revenues and sound business plans. There also is a lack of euphoria in the IPO market. Outside of huge IPOs, such as Alibaba’s (NYSE: BABA) record breaking $22 billion 2014 IPO, the IPO market has been lacking in investor over-confidence, which is a good thing, since investors bidding IPOs to astronomical levels is a sign of a top in the IPO market.

The 2015 IPOs To Watch

Party CityThe IPO landscape in 2015 has plenty of technology companies, some of which are not so well known to the average investor. However, it also has a number of retail companies that are well known for their presence in certain sectors of the retail world.

Here is a look at some of the 2015 IPOs that will likely garner the most attention from IPO investors and are worth keeping an eye on.

  • Shake Shack, which is actually a hamburger chain, is planning an IPO on the New York Stock Exchange using the symbol SHAK.
  • Party City is considering a 2015 that comes at a time when there is a lot of interest in retailers that sell party and craft items.
  • Etsy is an online retailer of crafts that are made by ordinary people and sold through the Etsy online marketplace. While an Etsy IPO will not be a huge Internet IPO in 2015, it could be one of the more interesting ones.
  • Uber Inc, the alternative taxi service that runs online, is likely to be the most exciting Internet IPOs of 2015. Wall Street is excited about the Uber IPO because the company operates in a market that is unique and does not already contain a publicly traded company.   There are reasons to be excited about the Uber IPO. Uber posted approximately $213 million in revenue during 2013. Uber claims that their revenue growth is very strong and is doubling every six months. Uber’s high growth rate and connection to the Internet will garner a lot of investor interest in its IPO. The company is valued at $40 billion based on private offerings that have been completed prior to 2015.
  • Spotify is another Internet IPO that will garner investor attention during 2015.   Although Spotify operates in a crowded space, it has become the leader in music streaming, with 12.5 million paying subscribers throughout the world in late 2014, which is more than double the number of paying subscribers the company had in 2013. The company also boasts an impressive 50 million non-paying subscribers that have the potential to become revenue generators in the future.   Spotify had approximately $577 million in revenue as of 2012, which is the latest year in which revenue information is available.
  • Inovalon Holdings Inc. is a not so well known IPO on tap for 2015 that is in a very hot sector of the stock market. The company provides data and analytical services to the healthcare industry. The company is heavily involved in health-related research studies. Their data and analytical services are used by many in the healthcare industry to assess their effectiveness as providers of healthcare. Unlike many Internet IPOs, the company is profitable, with $51.9 million in income reported through the first nine months of 2014, which is nearly double what the company reported as income during the same period of 2013.
  • Pinterest is a popular Internet based social media company that has yet to go public.   Given that the company is in the hot social media sector of the Internet, its IPO is likely to be greeted with some enthusiasm from IPO investors. Based on private placements, Pinterest has a valuation of $5 billion.


  • Snapchat, the Internet based social media company that is popular with teenagers, has turned down $3 to $4 billion dollar offers from social media titans Facebook and Google. With a valuation based on private placements of $10 billion, Snapchat’s rejection of those offers appears to be a good move. Snapchat is ready to unleash its value during 2015 via an IPO.   This one may be one of the hotter Internet IPOs of 2015.
  • GoDaddy Inc. has moved beyond just being a web hosting company and now sells e-business services and software as well. The company boasts more than 12.2 million customers. Despite the company’s ongoing losses, a GoDaddy IPO is expected during 2015.
  • Xiaomi Inc. is one of the most interesting IPOs that is expected in 2015. Although not well known, Xiaomi is the third biggest manufacturer of smartphones in the world. The two companies ahead of them are Apple Inc. (Nasdaq: AAPL) and Samsung (OTC Pink:   SSNLF). Being a Chinese manufacture, Xiaomi is well positioned to capture sales in the fast growing smartphone market in China.
  • Dopbox is one of the most exciting 2015 IPOs to watch in since the company is one of the leaders in the fast growing cloud-based storage Internet sector. Dropbox’s IPO should garner a great deal of interest from Wall Street.

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2015 IPO Outlook

The 2015 IPO Outlook Features Some Well-Known Names

2015 IPOsThe 2015 IPO outlook features some well-known names in the technology world, some of which have put off their Initial Public Offerings (IPOs) during 2014, due to company-specific reasons and in some cases due to stock market volatility.

2014 is a tough act for 2015 to follow in the IPO market.   With the stock market in the fifth year of a bull market, 2014 was a banner year for IPOs. 231 IPOs have been completed during 2014, as of October, a 36.7% increase over 2013, netting newly public companies $73.6 billion in cash for their needs, 84.1% more than the prior year.

While it is unlikely there will be more IPOs during 2015 than there were in 2014, there are some notable companies that are part of the 2015 outlook that investors would do well to pay attention to. Some of the 2015 IPOs will include high-quality companies that investors should look at seriously as long-term investments.

IPOs represent a broad spectrum of industries. The excitement surrounding IPOs currently centers around the life sciences, technology, financial, and energy sectors. In technology, the IPO activity is skewed towards Internet companies.


2015 is shaping up to be no different than recent years. From file sharing to web hosting to online dating, the headline IPOs of 2015 are all technology and Internet companies that many people know because they use them and are customers. These include the cloud storage and file sharing company Box Inc., the web hosting company GoDaddy Inc., and the online-dating site Zoosk Inc.. What makes the technology and Internet IPOs different this time around, compared to the horrendous performance of many IPOs after the dot.com bubble burst around the year 2000, is that many of the companies IPOing in 2015 run well established businesses that produce real revenues, and in some cases real earnings. Although Internet based companies are the sexy IPOs of 2015, companies in the other hot IPO sectors should also be taken into consideration, as these companies are experiencing rapid growth in revenue and for some earnings.

The 2015 IPO Outlook | The Sectors To Focus On In 2015

Not surprisingly, the technology sector has been the strongest IPO sector in 2014 and its dominance in the IPO market should continue in 2015.   Biotechnology and healthcare stocks have rallied tremendously in recent years. This broad rally has caused an uptick in interest in IPOs in this sector, which is known as the life sciences sector. Look for life sciences IPOs to be leaders again in 2015. The financial sector has also put in a big showing in the IPO market lately, and this should also be the case during 2015. Even though energy prices have fallen in late 2014, there are no signs that IPOs by energy companies will slow down in 2015. In fact, many energy companies are eager to IPO as master limited partnerships (MLPs) to take advantage of the tax advantages enjoyed by master limited partnerships, which should drive the IPO market for energy companies in 2015.

The 2015 IPO Outlook | IPOs To Look Out For In 2015

ZooskThe following are some of the IPOs that will likely garner the most attention during 2015. This is just a sampling of the hundreds of potential IPOs that may come to market in 2015.

  • Box – Box is one of the leading companies in the fast growing cloud-based storage Internet sector. Box’s clients use the company’s products to store files in the cloud and to share files with others.
  • Dropbox – Dropbox is in a similar line of business as their competitor Box. Dropbox is known as one of the leaders in the fast growing cloud-based file storage and sharing space.
  • Square – Square was founded by Twitter founder Jack Dorsey. The company is trying to make a name for itself in the quickly growing online electronic payment processing sector. Square’s software and backend payment processing systems turn any smart phone or tablet into a cash register that is capable of accepting and processing credit card payments.
  • Zoosk – Zoosk is on of the best-known names in the world of online dating.
  • GoDaddy – GoDaddy is a well-known Internet domain registrar and website hosting company.
  • Redfin – Through its website Redfin.com, users can search real estate and arrange to view homes in person via Redfin realtors.

Why IPOs Will Remain Hot During 2015 and A Word of Caution

One of the factors that is likely to keep the pace of IPOs high in 2015 is the strong state of the United States economy. With the economic recovery reaching a mature age of six years during 2015, companies will by motivated to go public via IPOs to raise capital in the stock market ahead of the next economic downturn.   Just beware that some companies that have waited this many years to do an IPO may not be very stabile financially and need to be thoroughly vetted prior to investing in them.

One thing that is missing from the 2015 IPO calendar is a blockbuster IPO that captivates everyone who follows the stock market.   In 2013, the blockbuster IPO was Twitter, while in 2014 it was Alibaba. The reality is that in a typical year, IPOs are done by hundreds of companies, big and small, for the purpose of raising money for business expansion and other business needs. Even without a blockbuster IPO that stands above the rest in 2015, there will still be plenty of opportunities for traders and investors to buy IPOs that have great potential to make gains during 2015. In fact, it is the under-the-radar IPOs that often provide the best trading and investing opportunities, since they are not overvalued coming out of the gate and have room to appreciate in price as the broader stock market realizes the success of their underlying businesses.

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The Tech IPO Surge

This quarter has been the hottest quarter for tech initial public offerings (IPOs) on the U.S. exchanges since 2007. Between April and June of this year a staggering 89 companies have surged by offering initial public offerings. Many of these companies like Weibo and GoPro, were looking to take advantage of the rise in the stock market as investors have been hungry looking for the next big thing. The Tech IPOs have been surging as venture capitalists continue to pour money, roughly 14 billion dollars annually into tech startups.

Success of the IPOsIPO

The 89 companies that participated in the IPO were able to haul 21.5 billion dollars in the second quarter alone. That shows in comparison of this year versus last year a bump of 41 percent. The benefit of the continued success of the IPOs comes from the easier money policies enacted by the Federal Reserve which have helped both IPOs and the stock market wig improving the U.S. economy. The bulk of the companies all saw the same length of growth, as many of them were able to achieve 20 percent increase of their issue price.

Overall IPOs have been succeeding this year with surprising numbers but it was Tech companies that were the ones who led the way with IPOs in the second quarter. 22 IPOs were able to raise 5.1 billion dollars. This unusual success has dwarfed the money raised during the same time last year which had raised 2.6 billion dollars. The health care sector was only able to raise about 1.8 billion dollars in the second quarter. Last year the health care sector had 17 IPOs, yet this year was able to pave the way with 24 IPOs.

Growth of the Tech IPOs

Growth seen in the IPO market is pegged by market analysts to be attributed to the start ups that have been looking for funding from venture capitalists in Silicon Valley and New York. Mark Cannice is a professor at the university of San Francisco that has stated that “A strong IPO market is the life blood of the venture capital industry as it provides and exit alternative and liquidity for venture investments in early  stage growth companies.”  Growth of the Tech IPOs has taken off more significantly due to the lack of a pending tech bubble. While the stock market may be approaching another market bubble, the tech side is effortlessly flourishing as venture capitalists continue to pour money into countless startups. Many market analysts look on the IPO market with a sense of security because of the way in which the IPO market runs. IPOs tend to function on more of a rational sense of fundamentals, in short if it doesn’t make sense, investors will pull away and the business will ultimately fail.

One of the biggest reasons that the tech IPOs are doing well is because their investors are making money on these types of investments. When profit is being acquired by the initial investors, as we’ve seen more tend to flood the market in order to gain in a sector that is doing rather well. There are tech pockets developing all across the country but the most saturated area is still within California which is holding roughly 64 percent of all the venture funding in the second quarter. Silicon Valley saw more funding and deals being made than the next 15 states combined.IPO 1

Even with a recent IPO dip in venture capitalist investors are continuing to make money. The number of procured venture capitalist sponsored companies rose nearly 7 percent this quarter over the last quarter. It is arguably easier for startup companies to pull in venture money when the stakes are relatively lower. With the bigger companies offering IPOs in order to boost funding for projects or purchases, those numbers need to be much higher. This was seen most recently with the Apple’s 3 billion dollar purchase of Beats Electronics showing off some of the higher prices. Much of the money for this type of investing is coming from hedge funds, mutual funds, as well as private equity firms rather than the more traditional venture investors.

In any case, the current surge of tech IPOs has presented many venture investors the opportunity to invest in small time companies and bigger companies. The amount of investors looking to diversify their investments is providing a new surge of money flowing into the tech world. Because of the lack of funding and market speculation at an all time high, the possibility of a bubble when it comes to tech IPOs is at an all time low. It is because of the high confidence in tech IPOs that has increased the market confidence, investor confidence, and the attention of market analysts to look at the surge of tech IPOs with favor and excitement.


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GoDaddy Files $100 Million IPO

GoDaddy has officially filed its plans for a 100 million dollar IPO, or Initial Public offering of its stock. The company is looking to raise money in order to pay off some of its debts and restructure the company. The news comes almost ten years after the last time that GoDaddy had begun looking at filing an IPO of its stock. Now the question that remains is understanding why GoDaddy is looking to follow this path.

What is GoDaddy?godaddy

The chances that you have seen a sexually charged commercial with eye appealing women doing something taboo to gain your attention than making a quick cut to the actual advertising of GoDaddy’s website is rather high. The company is known more for its racy commercials than for the website domain registration services that it offers to customers. The company allows persons to and small businesses to set up internet domain names. It offers these people and businesses access to website designing, security and hosting. As of December 31, 2013 GoDaddy had 57 million domain names registered under their management. However, Godaddy has been around for some time and continues to show sign of continual growth which have been marred by its overall lack of a sustainable profit. The company was founded in 1997 and has grown exponentially but continues to lose money from the day to day.

The Issue with GoDaddy

The issue with GoDaddy is not a lack of continual growth, but rather its lack of gaining a profit. The company released a statement confirming that it had reached over 1.4 million bookings in 2013. The company has been expanding at about 13 percent per year and reaching close to 12 million customers in 2013 alone. That being said, GoDaddy has reported a profit since 2009 as its finances continue to dwindle. In 2012 the company lost 279 million dollars and it lost another 200 million dollars last year. This year is hasn’t shown much if any better prospects in comparison to the last two years with a first quarter loss of 51 million dollars alone! So the question that is being perpetuated is why would someone invest in a company that shows promise but not profit. GoDaddy is looking to raise the capital via this initial public offering in order to pay off some of its corporate debits and restructure the goals and infrastructure of the company and its direction.

In 2011, GoDaddy was plagued with financial troubles due to a bad run in their efforts to grow the business and customer base. Three separate equity firms came to GoDaddy’s rescue which are KKR& Co., Technology Crossover Ventures, and Silver Lake Partners. These three companies bought into the company with a whopping 2.25 billion dollars in order to gain a major share in GoDaddy. At the time the owner and founder of GoDaddy Bob Parsons had agreed to step down from his then current position of chief executive officer back in 2011. Upon the more recent announcement of their 100 million dollar IPO fundraiser, Bob Parsons has again announced that he is stepping down from his current position of executive chairman. Mr. Parsons has announced that while he’ll be stepping down from his current position he will still be staying on the board that continues to run the company. Parsons still owns 28 percent of the company directly, KKR and Silver Lake both each own 28 percent, and Technology Crossover owns the smallest of all the divided up ownership at 12 percent. The other side of wanting to raise 100 million dollars in capital is due to the fact that the three companies that bought into GoDaddy are able to charge annual fees. GoDaddy wants to allocate 25 million dollars towards paying off the three equity companies in order to void the continual ability to charge GoDaddy these fees.

GoDaddy Slightly On The Risegodaddy 1

While the negative aspects of the company are currently seemingly overwhelming and mounting, the company has also proven that there is gradual and steady growth occurring within the company. The customer base has been growing each year by roughly 13 percent. The total number of registered websites has also grown with each new year. The company has established the customer base and is showing the potential in selling hundreds of newer top level domain names pending the approval By the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers.

When the IPO goes through and the sale of GoDaddy shares go into effect the amount of shares being sold and the cost at which is being charged will have a lot to do with the future of the company. It will be most interesting to see how potential investors view GoDaddy and its ability to grow in the current market and global economy while being able to turn a profit as opposed to previous years in failed attained profit.



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Fantex IPO Debuts Well Amid Skepticism

Fantex Holdings which debuted the stock of Vernon Davis yesterday saw a 20 percent increase in value for its initial public offering. A few investors came out an purchased the widely debated personal stock of the San Francisco 49er tight end, allowing many to see that the eight year veteran NFL star may have a more profitable career in years to come. The stock traded at $12 dollars per share when it closed Monday but only sold 496 shares of the 421,000 shares offered leaving many questioning the long term profits that could be made.

How Fantex Profits

Fantex is poised to earn between $1.2 million dollars and $1.4 million dollars from Davis’ this deal via his salary and other professional income. Much of the IPO shares were purchased by individual investors which has given Fantex Holdings some ground to work on, since their parent company promised to buy up some 200,000 shares if need be. While that wasn’t the case needed, it did also bring on some concern that the IPO might not do well. Fantex analyzed the longevity of tight ends who have played in the NFL over the last decade and came to the conclusion that Davis would be able to play in the NFL for a total of 14 years. With roughly 6 years left to play, pending there aren’t any major injuries or contract signing issues, the company says there are plenty of venues in which investors can profit. Similar stocks are planned to be offered for Houston Texans running back Arian Foster and Buffalo Bills quarterback EJ Manuel. The current deals are only for NFL players, but Fantex is quickly trying to expand its reach and ability to sell shares of other athletes in a various degree of sports.

How to Buy

The stocks is only being traded privately via Fantex online. And there are other restrictions as well. Only investors living within the 16 approved states are allowed to buy into these stocks, inclusive of New York, Pennsylvania, California, and Illinois. Davis isn’t allowed to publicly sell his stock until late May.

The Historic Shift in Tradingfantex

The concept of trading stock, purchasing and selling stock based on a branded image of an athlete has brought much skepticism on itself. The idea was introduced over a year ago by Fantex Holdings and became a reality yesterday. Fantex CEO Buck French thinks the move is a historic one that will change the financial way in which sports investing will work from now on. However there is much debate over the legitimacy of buying stock on one’s personal and professional brand image. The biggest issue comes from skeptics wondering if this concept in application is nothing more than a ploy to gain on avid sports fans.

Many wonder how serious investors can place money into an idea like this. Not just for the lack of an established historical trading line, or the idea that one can put a profitable price on athletes or perceived performance over a career but how to gain a profit? Specifically towards investing in Vernon Davis who has become one of the top tight ends in the NFL is still nearing the age that most players retire at. Many question whether or not investing in Davis personally is safe or even worthwhile. Since age is a prevailing factor in his long term ability to make money both from endorsement deals or the ability to physically elongate his career. Can Davis increase his current stats or will the team be able to win a Super Bowl before the end of Davis’ current contract also have come into question, as many wonder if he’ll be able to resign at all. All of these questions and doubts are leading skeptics to question the legitimacy of trading Davis’ stock.

It is currently estimated that Davis will need to acquire anywhere from $33 million dollars or better of a contract in order for the first wave of investors buying shares up at even $12 dollars per share to be able to turn any kind of profit on the investment. Since Fantex Holdings is poised to gain over $1 million dollars just on Davis’ current contract, many are left wondering if this is a worthwhile investment for many or any for that matter, outside of the company. Amid all of this skepticism, it is noteworthy to mention that while the shares undersold in numbers, they did in fact gain $2 dollars in value just on their initial offering leading many to see potential in this new kind of investing. Any kind of investing is a risky business because of both a volatile market or the risk that comes from the uncertainty of success. What everyone can agree on when it comes to more traditional forms of investing or more modern newer ideas and concepts is that without adopting some sort of risk, there can be no great rewards.

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Investing in Pro Athletes

Investing in anything can be a gamble especially when the ability to turn a profit on that initial investment of your hard earned money is questionable at first glance. The concept of investing in professional athletes is not a new concept but is for the first time in history becoming a reality. Fantex Holdings announced yesterday that it would introduce the first ever sale of the San Francisco 49ers tight end Vernon Davis, would go on sale Monday April 28th. This will be the first time athletes will be able to sell stock on their personal brands, branching investing into a whole new realm.

How does one invest in a Pro Athlete?investing in pro athletes

Starting Monday, April 28th Vernon Davis will be selling stock, in himself. The National Football League owns the rights to his likeness when it comes to advertising for the NFL and NFL related fundraisers. Davis is essentially selling off shares of his personal worth to investors that are interested in buying shares that will be sold off at $10 dollars per share. While the shock of this pending transaction is still fresh in our minds, it is important to see this investment as a potentially explosive money making opportunity. The overall worth of these professional athletes isn’t any different than if a company offering a product or service, was looking to sell off shares of ownership in order to gain capital.

Vernon Davis was a sixth overall pick in 2006 and signed a five year extension contract with the 49ers in 2010. He has been named to the Pro Bowl twice during his eight season tenure in the NFL. Davis’ success isn’t only limited to the football field, he is also the owner of an art gallery and a Jamba Juice franchise. Fantex Holdings is currently holding Davis’ IPO and offering to sell 421,000 shares pending the approval by the Securities and Exchange Commission.

Will it work? Can it work?

Fantex thinks it can work. To the holdings company and the investors behind it, this move is the next natural progression from the already widely popular fantasy football leagues. Investors will be able to purchase their shares of these pro athletes only through a closed exchange on fantex.com. Investors then are claiming a financial stake in the success of an individual’s branded income which is not limited to endorsement money either during or after the professional career, team contracts, or anything related to the brand name or image of the athlete. Earlier in the month prior to the Vernon Davis announcement, Fantex had endorsed the same deal when it signed Arian Foster into the program. Foster, the running back for the Houston Texans IPO will offer 1.06 million shares also selling at $10 dollars per share.

investing in pro athletesFantex is 100 percent behind allowing investors to be able to invest in the brand image of pro athletes. Fantex’s CEO Buck French told Forbes.com, “If there are any shares left outstanding, then Fantex Holdings will take over whatever the delta is…We are happy to put our money where our mouth is.”

If successful, Fosters deal will guarantee him $10 million dollars and in turn Fantex will get 20% of his future earnings. Davis’ deal is slightly smaller, granting him $4 million dollars up front and giving Fantex 10% of his future earnings. The way this whole concept works is all dependent upon its success. The key to these shares gaining worth comes from their ability to gain momentum by creating residual income for all investors involved.



How does Brand Image Ownership work?

According to the holdings company, once an investor buys even a single share of a branded image of a pro athlete they own the share until or even after the athletes career. Hypothetically one can continue to own the rights to profiting off of an athlete’s branded image well beyond his or her career, even beyond their death. Buck French’s thinking on the matter is that certain athletes who achieve sports related infamy will be able to generate income well past their lives. For example take Babe Ruth, well beyond his lifetime any type of signed memorabilia continues to generate massive amounts of income. Those that own the rights to his name, fortune, or estate are the ones that will continually bank of his former greatness. According to Fantex, the same can happen now by opening up the availability of ownership when it comes to a pro athlete’s branded image.

Anytime one comes upon a new form of investing there are always reservations, but there is a difference between cautious investing and conservative investing. When it comes to investing in pro athletes, one can remain cautious and still venture out into the unknown without ruining themselves financially. It will be interesting to see where Fantex goes with this type of brand image IPO sell off and how the next evolutionary stage of fantasy football takes off as well as how it branches into other sports.



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