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Kayak’s Acquisition Shows IPOs Can be Profitable

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Mon, 12 Nov 2012

Many investors believe that you shouldn’t buy an IPO on the first day of trading. Frequently, hype around the public offering leads to outrageously priced shares that inevitably come crashing back to Earth within only a few months. Waiting to buy a new company — at least a year — after the initial

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