An Onslaught of IPOs

The first quarter of 2014 has seen more companies go public than in any other quarter for more than a decade. So how have these new IPOs fared?

Alison Southwick
Alison Southwick
Apr 16, 2014 at 8:48PM
Technology and Telecom

The New York Times has reported that the first three months of 2014 saw more companies go public than in any quarter since 2000. While some recent IPOs such as King Digital (UNKNOWN:KING.DL) got crushed after their public offering, others such as Coupons.com (UNKNOWN:COUP.DL) saw a big pop after going public, indicating it may have left some money on the table.

In this segment from Wednesday's Investor Beat, host Alison Southwick and Motley Fool analysts Jason Moser and Eric Bleeker look at the performance of some of the recent IPOs making headlines, and look ahead to the most anticipated IPOs of the year, including Weibo, considered the Twitter of China, and Alibaba, China's massive e-commerce giant.