Episode 33

Is it dumb to invest in IPOs?

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2021 was a record year for initial public offerings. More than 3,000 companies listed on global stock markets and raised over $600 billion in the process.

Companies such as Coinbase, Roblox and Rivian each pulled in more than 10 billion dollars. Exciting times!

But since going public, many companies have seen their stock price plunge, leaving investors to wonder: Are IPOs a good investment?

And in today’s Dumb Question of the Week, we ask: Am I missing out by not investing in private companies?

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Ramin Nakisa

Ramin is an investment coach, YouTuber and founder of PensionCraft.

He worked for 15 years as an investment banking strategist and has published two books: “A Financial Bestiary” and “Invest in Fear”.
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Michael Pugh

Michael is a media executive in London, working in news, television and music.

He is an enthusiastic amateur investor and new dad.