So far, the 2019 crop of gig-economy IPOs aren’t performing like the dot.com era, when investors just “had” to own internet stocks. IPO research from Jay Ritter shows the first-day return of 476 IPOs in 1999 averaged a whopping 71%. What’s more, the Nasdaq Composite rose another 100% between the middle of 1999 and the market’s peak in March 2000. Dot.com stocks kept working even after internet companies sold shares to the public.
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1. No Shortage of Debt Issuance….Record Start to 2019.
Bond sales are booming in 2019, running at a record pace globally for the year so far, as a pivot in monetary policy among the world’s central banks prompts a fresh binge in corporate borrowing – Global corporate bond issuance has reached almost $747bn for the year to Monday, according to FT, edging ahead of the previous record of $734bn issued over the same time period in 2017, which ended up being the biggest year on record for new debt sales.
1.Seven Day Winning Streaks Historically Bullish One Year Out.
Seven has been a lucky number for U.S. stocks. The S&P 500 Index just notched its first seven-day winning streak since October 2017. As shown in the LPL Chart of the Day, this feat has occurred just seven other times in the current bull market.For the most part, each winning streak preceded both short-term and long-term gains.