If the company is a well-operated and benefits from a growing market, there would be enough opportunities to invest after the dust of the IPO settles down and a few quarters of operational data becomes available. It is always good to remind ourselves that all the great public companies we have come to know and invest in were once IPOs. Even if we don't invest during the IPO time, we still get enough opportunities to invest in them post IPO and we still get the chance to generate a significant return. Therefore, it is to the benefit of the public market investors to stand aside and let the dust of the IPO settle.In any case, today even for the fun of it, let's take a look at SPOT's Stock Card. You'll see how the lack of the availability of several data points makes investing in a recent IPO a not-so-intelligent investing decision.
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