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Win the crowd and you'll win your freedom

Win the crowd and you'll win your freedom

23 March 2018 @ 1:00PM Equity Crowdfunding Issuers

Having the support of the crowd is an essential factor in determining whether a company’s raise gets funded. It’s a no-brainer that companies must know how to win the crowd for a successful raise.

IPO vs Equity Crowdfunding

IPO vs Equity Crowdfunding

23 March 2018 @ 8:00AM Equity Crowdfunding Investors

With rapid advances in technology and the rise of fintechs over the past two to three years, alternative investments have become more accessible to everyday investors

2017 Annual IPO Report

2017 Annual IPO Report

08 February 2018 @ 9:00AM IPOs

Continued surge in small-cap listings powers IPOs to an impressive 61.6% average return in 2017. Smaller IPOs on average up 69.8% outperforming large IPOs.

 

 

Crowdfunding Models Explained

Crowdfunding Models Explained

07 February 2018 @ 8:20AM Equity Crowdfunding Issuers

Equity crowdfunding has been booming overseas, and very soon retail investors in Australia will be able to invest in and support startups and high growth businesses with ideas that could change the world.

Waiting for the right one? Sector and Performance breakdown

Waiting for the right one? Sector and Performance breakdown

Posted by Ben Bucknell 18 January 2018 @ 5:28PM IPOs

Well, back to the office and a new year beckons… oh, that sounds so much more chipper than I feel today.  I’m going to wrap up this summer series in the next couple of days, but before I do, there’s a few more bits of analysis that I hope you’ll find interesting.  

Let’s say you haven’t been one of the people investing in IPOs yet?  You’re probably waiting for the right one, right?  We hear that from time to time. 

The Greatest float in Australian history that never happened

The Greatest float in Australian history that never happened

Posted by Ben Bucknell 17 January 2018 @ 6:00PM

Can Bitcoin be a case study in speculative bubbles, or morph into a widely adopted alternative to government-issued fiat currency?  I really don’t know.  But, it makes for a great story while the price is flying.  So, here’s the story of how Australian investors missed out on the opportunity to invest in the greatest float that never happened.

Time is money...or is money time?

Time is money...or is money time?

Posted by Ben Bucknell 12 January 2018 @ 3:14PM IPOs

It’s the old classic investment banking trick … when describing returns, choose a time period that makes you look good.

How to turn $10,000 investments into $202,855 profit in 4 years

How to turn $10,000 investments into $202,855 profit in 4 years

Posted by Ben Bucknell 03 January 2018 @ 1:28PM IPOs

Its been 4 years since we launched ASX Bookbuild and 2 years since the Prime Minister placed the first bid into an OnMarket IPO (it was my money, placed on my behalf). That was the initial public offering (IPO) of the Bitcoin Group…more on that in a few days, but for now, here’s what we’ve done (thanks to all the people that have bid into deals :-).

How Millennials are disrupting the global investment landscape

How Millennials are disrupting the global investment landscape

07 December 2017 @ 8:00AM Equity Crowdfunding Investors Recent

Impact investing has been on the rise in recent times, especially amongst younger investors. Many millennials around the world believe that the number one priority of businesses should be ‘to improve society’. 

Arpi - Investor Story

Arpi - Investor Story

09 November 2017 @ 8:00AM Equity Crowdfunding Investors

Arpi Devi Kunuturu is a 26 year old who’s excited about the new, innovative equity crowdfunding opportunity that’s just arrived in Australia. She’s an outgoing, fun individual who has a background in finance, and likes to invest. Here’s our chat with her.

OnMarket 2017 Third Quarter IPO Report

OnMarket 2017 Third Quarter IPO Report

18 October 2017 @ 10:06AM IPOs

Companies that have undertaken an Initial Public Offering (IPO) this year have returned an average 25.9% for the nine months to September 30, an impressive 25.6% outperformance of the benchmark S&P/ASX 200 index which has returned 0.3% over the same period, according to the OnMarket 2017 Third Quarter IPO Report.

Why you should equity crowdfund your business

Why you should equity crowdfund your business

17 October 2017 @ 9:00AM Equity Crowdfunding Issuers

Equity crowdfunding is an exciting alternative to the more traditional sources of capital and one that has been proven in other markets like the US and UK , to have the power to change the economic landscape in favour of small business.

VIDEO: Ben chats with Ticky about Equity Crowdfunding

VIDEO: Ben chats with Ticky about Equity Crowdfunding

11 October 2017 @ 10:00AM Equity Crowdfunding Investors Videos

In this video OnMarket CEO Ben Bucknell discusses Equity Crowdfunding in Australia with Ticky Fullerton on Sky News Business, Friday 6th October 2017. All the big questions around the new legislation are answered including the crowdfunding of Ben's new pearl diving business!

Sam Archibald - Investor Story

Sam Archibald - Investor Story

09 October 2017 @ 8:00AM Equity Crowdfunding Investors

A new Investor Story with millennial OnMarket member Sam Archibald. We chat with Sam about his OnMarket experience, what type of companies he likes to invest in, and the key factors he looks for in a company before becoming a shareholder. We also get his thoughts on joining the crowd and investing via Equity Crowdfunding.

OnMarket 2017 Second Quarter IPO Report

OnMarket 2017 Second Quarter IPO Report

Posted by OnMarket BookBuilds 12 Jul 2017

Initial Public Offerings (IPOs) continued to post outstanding returns in the second quarter of 2017, with an average gain on the 33 companies which listed on the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX) of 11.4%, an impressive outperformance of the S&P/ASX 200, which fell 2.4% over the same period.

Fintech Australia's map of the Fintech Ecosystem

Fintech Australia's map of the Fintech Ecosystem

Posted by OnMarket BookBuilds via Fintech Australia 27 Jun 2017

Australia’s fintech industry body has released its first member ecosystem map, which helps build domestic and international understanding of the nation’s fintech strengths and diversity, particularly in wealth generation and lending. The map lists 119 members of FinTech Australia, along with the nation’s key financial services regulators...

Are restricted offers right for you?

Are restricted offers right for you?

Posted by OnMarket BookBuilds 29 May 2017

In our ongoing quest to bring you more investment opportunities, OnMarket has just launched its Restricted Offers dashboard for certain OnMarket members.  So, you may be asking yourself what exactly are these so-called ‘restricted’ offers and who are these ‘certain’ members?

OnMarket 2017 First Quarter IPO Report

OnMarket 2017 First Quarter IPO Report

Posted by OnMarket BookBuilds 10 Apr 2017

Initial public offerings (IPOs) of materials companies set an impressive pace in the first quarter of 2017, with 10 companies listing on the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX) from a total 26 floats, up from two in the same period last year.

'Gram it, Tweet it, Like it!

'Gram it, Tweet it, Like it!

Posted by Simon Cheatham 10 Feb 2017

Downloading the OnMarket app is always the best way to receive instant notifications of our offers.

However, if you are looking for all the IPO news and commentary (with a dab of humour here and there) then you might like to join one or all of our social media platforms, including ...

2016 IPO Report: Good Things Come In Small Packages

2016 IPO Report: Good Things Come In Small Packages

Posted by OnMarket 30 January 2017 @ 10:00AM

Get an overview of what happened in the IPO market last year with OnMarket's 2016 IPO Report. The theme this year is "good things come in small packages": companies raising less than $50 million returned an average of 32.2% to investors at the year end. But on performance overall, investors had little reason to complain on average: IPOs outperformed the ASX200 index by 18% and returned an average of 25% at year end. 

Year in Re(ar)view: IPOs in 2016

Year in Re(ar)view: IPOs in 2016

Posted by Andrew Main 22 Dec 2016

So, how did 2016 go for new floats? More than ever, that depends who you talk to, even though the real answer is “pretty well”.

OnMarket November Monthly IPO Report

OnMarket November Monthly IPO Report

Posted by OnMarket BookBuilds 30 Nov 2016

IPO activity continued to increase in November 2016. 12 companies raised $1.948m as part of their Initial Public Offerings (IPOs), compared with 11 listings ($538m) in October 2016 and five listings ($558m) in November 2015.

On Trump, Black Swans, and Retail Investors

On Trump, Black Swans, and Retail Investors

Posted by Andrew Main 22 Nov 2016

Every time I read about Black Swan events I smile and remember a visit a few years ago to Meetung in Victoria’s Gippsland, where almost every bird on the lakes was a Black Swan. Thousands upon noisy thousands of them.

1 Year of Opening Up IPOs to All Investors

1 Year of Opening Up IPOs to All Investors

Posted by Andrew Main 14 Nov 2016

It’s been one year since the launch of OnMarket and of giving all Australian investors access to Initial Public Offerings (IPOs) and 1 in 3 ASX IPOs have been offered OnMarket in 2017.

OnMarket October Monthly IPO Report

OnMarket October Monthly IPO Report

Posted by OnMarket BookBuilds 08 Nov 2016

The Australian Initial Public Offerings (IPOs) performed well in October 2016, delivering an average return of 36.8 per cent on the first day of listing and 29.2 per cent over the month, with the IT sector dominating floats in 2016, the OnMarket October IPO Report 2016 reveals. 

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