had a $16 IPO
entry price and peaked at $65 today. This shows why I love IPOs
for stocks that enter into the market. This also proves why I hate many traditional broker accounts. Lots of traditional broker accounts don't give you access to the early level IPO
price for the first hours the stock hits the market, and this is one
of the most annoying things in the world in the eyes of a traditional investor wanting to get into IPO
investing for stocks. There is still decent profit turnover opportunity for latecomers. That being said, I might shorten Curevac or put a sell target off at most for $65 if I were you and I were holding it. Once something rises that much for IPOs
, the crash can be double digit percentage points sometimes. That being said, everything I say is on an opinion based basis. Invest at your own risk and do your own due diligence.