This Is Why IPOs Are Rigged Against You
The following video is part of our daily MarketFoolery podcast, in which host Chris Hill, senior analyst Bill Barker, and advisor Joe Magyer discuss business and investing news. In the wake of analyzing recent IPOs such as Groupon and LinkedIn, Joe Magyer warns investors about how some of the hottest IPOs of 2011 were set up for the sole purpose of getting a quick pop in the share price, rather than delivering long-term value for shareholders.
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