Investing in IPOs, Version 2.0
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Tom Taulli has his own firm, Taulli Research, which provides research services to the financial industry. The author or coauthor of several books, including "Tapping into Wireless," "Investing in IPOs,"" "and "Stock Options," Taulli is a regular contributor to MSN Investor, "Bloomberg Personal Finance," Forbes, and other national publications.
A text analyzing IPOs and giving the reader strategies t for spotting the best sources of IPO intelligence and market research and developing strategies for investment. Also shows how to recognize risk factors, and how to investigate management and underwriters.
Highly Recommended! I got burned in the past -- especially with dot-com IPOs. But after reading Taulli's book, I realized that there are many things an individual investor can do. In fact, using Taulli's book this year, I've made money on the IPOs I participated in. Taulli makes everything very clear. What's more, he does not just focus on tech. He talks about the nuts and bolts of IPOs. He also covers such areas as biotech, r. Holyoak said Don't waste your money. Unless you have an inside track to a company going public and are able to purchase shares at the opening price then don't waste your time. IPO's are only available for the larger institutional investors most of the time (at least as far as getting in on the lower opening prices that are sometimes available). So a book for the small individual investor for these is kind of pointless. It does have some useful. Michael Turturici said Stock market. Trying to learn about the stock market.
His analysis is top notch. -- Andrew Walsh, IPO reporter for The Daily DealThis guy knows the markets! -- Walter Cruttendon, financial markets innovator and investor. -- Thom Calandra, CBS MarketWatchTaulli clearly covers IPO investing from the basic terms to advanced investing techniques