Investing in IPOs is one of the surefire ways to make a fortune… If you know how to pick the right ones.
Just imagine if you invested in Apple, Google, Microsoft, or Netflix when they first went public…
You’d be sitting on a fortune (probably on beach somewhere) retired by now.
Nobody could tell you what to do and when to do it… Except yourself.
That’s why we invest though, right?… For the financial freedom it brings – the ability to do what we want, when we want.
When you break it down: We give businesses our hard-earned money and they go to work for us in an attempt to increase shareholder wealth.
That’s the fiduciary responsibility every publicly traded company has to its shareholders.
And all we have to do is pick the best new IPOs, then sit back and watch our money grow.
Of course, it’s easier said than done. But that’s why you have me – to help you find the best new companies going public now.
Here are my top IPOs to buy in 2021 to set you up for financial freedom over the long run.
IPO to Buy No. 1
Cloud software vendor Qualtrics filed its paperwork to go public with the SEC on Dec. 28.
The initial price range of $20 to $24 per share would value the business from $12 to $14.4 billion.
And it will trade on the Nasdaq under the ticker “XM.”
Qualtrics is trying to take advantage of surging demand for high-growth software stocks.
This market was gaining momentum before the pandemic started, and it’s only gained more steam as the work-from-home trend excelled.
At least 10 subscription software companies have doubled this year, including Twilio, Datadog, and Zoom.
And Qualtrics will certainly try to add its name to that list in 2021.
IPO to Buy No. 2
The second IPO I want you to watch for in the new year is Instacart.
This company delivers groceries and other goods directly to their customers’ doors from places like Costco, Giant, Food Lion, Family Dollar, Sprouts, Safeway, CVS, Rite Aid, Dick's Sporting Goods, and more…
The pandemic has accelerated Instacart’s sales into hyperdrive.
Instacart’s CEO, Apoorva Mehta, recently came out and said the company’s transaction value grew 300% year-over-year in December. Mehta even went on to say he saw five years of growth in five weeks to close out 2020.
Now, the firm is tapping Goldman Sachs (NYSE: GS) to help it IPO later this year by hiring Goldman’s lead internet banker, Nick Giovanni, as its next Chief Financial Officer (CFO).
Things are moving quickly for what could be one of the most successful IPO’s in 2021.
Even after we return to normal, I think consumers are going to continue getting their groceries delivered because the costs are minimal compared to the time they save to do other things they enjoy more in life.
Here’s a trick question:
What do Mars colonies, globe-spanning satellite networks, and asteroid-mining companies all have in common?
If you said “outer space,” then give yourself a pat on the back…
And then listen closely.
According to Goldman Sachs, outer space will create the “world’s first trillionaire.”
And whether it’s Elon Musk sending rockets to Mars…
A company like Planetary Resources tapping into the precious metals of asteroids…
Or Virgin Galactic kickstarting an entirely new type of tourism…
The “final frontier” will be an unprecedented opportunity for you to get rich.
But I have bad news:
The companies on the cutting edge of space exploration are all private.
Which means the lion’s share of that wealth will only flow to a small circle of VC’s and private investors.
But here’s the good news:
Thanks to an ex-Morgan Stanley banker, you can now become one of those investors.
In fact, he’s going to show you exactly how to get into the hottest private equity deals.
Where the money is really made…
Long before the company's IPO.
So, if you want to have a founding stake in the space revolution…
Or any of the other dozens of industries that will shape the next 20 years of humanity…