TOP 5 STOCKS TO WATCH OUT FOR IN 2021 - UPCOMING IPO'S
If you had invested 1 thousand dollars in Netflix & Tesla over the past decade then your investment would now be worth almost half a million dollars!
To achieve gains like that, we need to find disruptive companies and invest in them whilst they’re still relatively small businesses. After tons of research, I’ve put together a list of 5 companies that aren't even on the stock market so you can invest in these businesses as soon as they IPO!
Plus! I’m also going to show you how you can invest in them right now before they even go public!
Dubbed the Amazon of South Korea, Coupang are dominating the 3rd largest ecommerce market in the world right now! Unfortunately Coupang is yet to declare an IPO date, however Investment management company Blackrock was an early investor in the business therefore you can gain a smidge of exposure to Coupang right now via an investment in Blackrock.
You may have heard of this Swedish fintech giant when you've been checking out at your favourite stores online. What Klarna does is allow people to purchase products from over 200 thousand shops but pay 30 days later with zero interest.
The app now has 85 million users worldwide and they're growing faster than ever across Europe and the US as more people shop online because of the pandemic. Klarna will likely IPO within the next 6 months but if you really can’t wait, then you can invest in Chinese ecommerce giant Alibaba because they own a significant stake in Klarna!
A UK based payments company best known for reaching a $1b valuation in the fewest number of funding rounds ever for a European company! Checkout has 500+ enterprise customers including the likes of Revolut, Robinhood and Klarna!
The company is still private but they are inviting investors to an upcoming series C funding round. If you keep an eye out for who invests during this funding round and you see that a publicly traded company has invested heavily and acquired a significant stake in checkout.com, then it's possible for you to gain some early exposure to this red hot tech company!
Grab is a ride hailing business from Singapore and for those who haven’t heard of them, they're very similar to ride sharing pioneer Uber. Like Uber - Grab also has a very popular food delivery business! In fact, I was in South East Asia for 3 months earlier in the year and I used Grab almost every single day!
You can’t buy shares in the company just yet, however Grab’s largest investors are Toyota and Softbank. Both companies own very large stakes in Grab, so you can gain exposure indirectly via investments in these 2 companies.
This American fintech business was voted the most disruptive businesses in 2020 by a vote held by CNBC. Unfortunately, Stripe has no plans on going public any time soon but there is a way you can gain some exposure to the payments specialist right now!
For example, Google's venture capital arm currently holds a pretty significant stake in Stripe. Therefore an investment in Google will get you a tiny bit of exposure to Stripe prior to its IPO.
You can check out the rest of Google’s Venture Capital by clicking HERE!
So there you go, 5 companies that I genuinely believe could make investors a lot of money. Make sure to keep an eye out for their IPO’s in the near future because as I mentioned earlier, if you had invested in Netflix or Tesla on the first day that they went public you’d be pretty dam rich by now!
In the meantime, have a look into how these businesses currently get their funding as it’s likely that larger publicly traded companies own stakes in them already.
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