The Australian Initial Public Offerings (IPOs) market is delivering a robust performance, with returns from companies listing on the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX) striking 1.3% over the first quarter, a strong 6.7% outperformance of the S&P/ASX 200.
Despite the Australian sharemarket being dragged down by the banks and miners, the market's newbie listings are flying high.
There’s no such thing as a sure bet with share investing as with the nags, but weighing into the ongoing stream of IPOs is the closest thing to a dead cert.
As with the ponies, a “sure thing” simply does not exist when it comes to share investing. But weighing into IPOs is the closest thing to guaranteed value accretion and it doesn’t matter whether the play is about healthcare, biotech or the latest app-based financial services disrupter.
The Australian Initial Public Offerings (IPOs) market is delivering a robust performance, with returns from companies listing on the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX) striking 1.3% over the first quarter, a strong 6.7% outperformance of the S&P/ASX 200, according to a new barometer, the OnMarket First Quarter IPO Report.
Australia still has an appetite for IPOs.
Local IPOs outperformed in the March quarter while the rest of the market took a hammering and continues to be subdued.
New official data reveals the volume of data being downloaded on mobile telephones has skyrocketed to a record high, with much of the growth driven by rising app usage, according to Ben Bucknell, chief executive of OnMarket BookBuilds.
Here, we compare three apps that make it easier than ever to keep track of the stock market on the go. From companies selling themselves to new investors, to apps that save you money by making a micro-withdrawal each time you buy something - these are our picks of the best.
Mobile phone data downloads have soared to a record high in Australia, with the growth fuelled by rising app usage.
SyndicateRoom in March became the first crowdfunding platform to become a member of the London Stock Exchange. The firm's capital markets head Tom Hinton, tells FN why crowdfunding matters to the man and woman on the street.
Cash investments now represent 26 per cent of all self-managed superannuation funds (SMSF) assets and could harm wealth creation over the long-term, according to OnMarket BookBuilds (OB). The fintech found in the December quarter 2015 ...
SMSFs have hit a record over the December quarter, according to new data. The net assets of SMSFs grew to a record $594.6bn over the December quarter, rising 2.7% from the previous quarter. The funds represent 30% of the total superannuation pool.
Investing in initial public offerings (IPOs) can be a good way for investors to "get in on the ground floor" with a new public company. But it can be hard to tell which IPOs are going to succeed and grow, and which will crash and burn.
Two weeks after the Government announced the formation of its FinTech Advisory Group, new industry association FinTech Australia has elected a founding committee. The group issued a list of priorities yesterday, with "a more regulatory-friendly environment" at the top.
If you’re going to put your hard earned cash into a company that's about to list on the Australian Stock Exchange, what markers should you be keeping an eye out for? Over the long term, the stock market has outperformed time and time again.
There were 85 new initial public offerings (IPOs) on the ASX during 2015, raising $7 billion among them. While individual performances varied, the average increase in share price across all new IPOs in 2015 was 10%, which compares with the S&P/ASX 200’s 2% decline ...
While commentators have focused almost exclusively on volatility, initial public offerings (IPOs) were one of the best performing investment classes of 2015, writes OnMarket BookBuilds' Tim Eisenhauer.
OnMarket BookBuilds (OMB), the creator of the world’s first online portal giving investors free and fair access to IPOs and equity placements, has teamed up with WYZA, a digital publishing firm that connects people 50+ directly with the products ...
Some of the most impressive equity returns in Australia have been gained from investing in ASX Initial Public Offerings (IPOs) and equity placements rather than established indices or so-called ‘blue-chip’ shares, says Ben Bucknell ...
Jessica Lier of The Australian Financial Review takes a look at the OnMarket App, along with the Acorns app, with an entertaining review... albeit with some Jamie Packer dance moves, enjoy ...
Another goodie is the free OnMarket Bookbuilds app which launched late last year, ably assisted by Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull. This app is designed to allow retail investors to bid on IPO stock, which has traditionally been the realm of institutional ...
Banking was one of the most popular reasons people used the internet in 2014-15 – and that trend is expected to fuel growth in the number of people buying and selling shares over the internet, according to Ben Bucknell, chief executive of OnMarket BookBuilds.
Ben Bucknell from On-Market BookBuilds joins Switzer TV to discuss why IPOs should be opened to all investors.
Domestic investment in venture capital was outpaced by that of foreign investors from 2014-15, with the latter now dominating the growth in funding for high-growth, early-stage companies, says OnMarket BookBuilds.
Data released yesterday by the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) reveals international investors are snagging lucrative investment opportunities as domestic investments in venture capital fell away sharply in 2014-15 and foreign investors ...