from @divi_grow - How about another stock analysis?! This time I have chosen Facebook, the stock currently has a lot of volatility due to all of their issues with privacy and data sharing. This gives you a good opportunity to buy on dips.
Over the long term I think Facebook will do well so in my opinion having the current issues with privacy and data integrity it is a blessing for potential investors!
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Uber, the transportation-on-demand behemoth, today filed its much-anticipated updated S-1, where it announced that it would be pricing its initial public offering at $44-50 per share.
Selling 180 million common shares, Uber plans to raise between $7.9 billion and $9 billion ahead of its public debut on the NYSE, valuing it at $84 billion — squarely in the middle of the $80-90 billion that was projected as late as yesterday. With the greenshoe, shareholders selling shares in the IPO, it could raise as much as $10.4 billion. Separately, there were two surprise announcements in the S-1.
First, PayPal said it would make a $500 million investment in the company in a private placement, as part of an extension of the partnership between the two, where they will develop new digital wallet services. Second, Uber said it expects to post a loss of between $1 billion and $1.1 billion for the first quarter of this year, a huge swing from net income of some $3.7 billion a year ago.
Toyota AI Ventures, a subsidiary of Toyota Research Institute, has a new $100 million fund that will focus on finding and investing in early-stage robotics and autonomous technology startups.
This second fund, aptly dubbed Fund II, brings the firm’s total assets under management to more than $200 million.
Toyota AI Ventures is a newcomer to the scene. Still, it’s managed to invest in 19 startups since launching in 2017, including Nauto, autonomous shuttle company May Mobility, social companion cognitive AI startup Intuition Robotics and Joby Aviation, the electric vertical takeoff and landing passenger aircraft service.
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Uber underwriters deployed an unusual tactic, known as a ‘naked short,’ to provide extra support for the stock ahead of the IPO, four people with knowledge of the move say.
The move allows underwriters to sell shares in excess of the so-called greenshoe and then buy them back in the open market to provide even more firepower in the event there is significant selling pressure.
The technique shares the same name as a practice that was outlawed during the financial crisis of 2008, but it is legal, and Uber’s prospectus warned it was a possibility.