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Anyways I was sad that I missed the Dot.com era back in the late 1990's but I was too young and didnt care about much. So I see Google as the last company from that era that is still up for grabs.
I was reading in the forum and something puzzled me. I have never participated in an IPO. Google I am hoping to participate it in. This statement was said in one of the forum post:
more specifically this qoute:
The trick is getting a hold of the stock in the first place.
Exactly. Don't think every firm around the country isn't already aware of the potential ipo.
My brother is a broker and when I asked if he thought he'd be able to get any he laughed (which means simply, NO).
I am wondering what that means. I thought i could buy it off of my brokerage account. Fill out the necessary forms and buy a chunk of it. But what ur saying makes me confused. Im sure alot of brokerage services will have the ipo, or they will somehow get the ipo through another company. I'm confused:P
sorry to dissapoint you, but by the time You or me get access to the stock (if and when google IPO) then the big boys will already have had their fun.
Google in my opinion will be 1 of those rare picks, where investors will invest Emotionally rather than Rationally.
[edited by: Shak at 1:09 pm (utc) on Aug. 25, 2003]
Thanks for your patience.
[edited by: engine at 5:44 pm (utc) on Aug. 31, 2003]
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