April 11, 2021

GIL

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SPAC vs. IPO – A Case Study from Root & MetroMile

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31 thoughts on “SPAC vs. IPO – A Case Study from Root & MetroMile

  1. This video is a joke. If you actually want to understand SPACs, I recommend watching the Mergers & Inquisitions video on it. SPACs aren't really cheaper than IPOs, because the existing shareholders get significantly diluted. Also on average, SPAC performance is pretty poor compared to IPOs.

  2. Very commercial (misleading) video – due diligence people. Why would anyone want to invest in these companies that want to 1984 your driving life and the people who would promote such an idea are suspect. So many better investments and you name these?!?

    I vote with my money (and my presence) and invest in companies that create and make the world better. It is easy to do and there is more money to be made by investing in something that everyone wants. There are plenty of better investments in more reputable companies.

    Poor video – everyone reading this do yourself a favor and due diligence.

  3. NANOENGINEERED (aka. Frankenstein Foods) FOOD EXPOSED: Is it good for you? …..You are what you eat! If you eat weird foods then you’ll look weird. Can you imagine someone growing two horns in their head and turning red when others laugh at them? So yeah, nanoengineered food is satanic.

  4. This video seems to be an ad for metromile. IPO's require more due diligence, thus are easier to expose problems. SPACS have less requirements and can be released quickly, but at the cost of trust/legitimacy.

  5. Well to be perfectly honest, in my humble opinion, of course without offending anyone who thinks differently from my point of view, but also by looking into this matter in a different perspective and without being condemning of one's view's and by trying to make it objectified, and by considering each and every one's valid opinion, I honestly believe that I completely forgot what I was going to say.

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