IPOs Stand Tall amid the Tumult

Even after the stock sell-off, new offerings continue to come to market with some attractive opportunities for savvy investors

When the markets get choppy, risky investing categories like initial public offerings tend to suffer. Investors' increasing risk aversion may lead to companies having to lower their initial offering prices—or scrub the deals altogether. However, the recent market turmoil that started with the sell-off in China has not overwhelmed the IPO scene, and it may create some strong opportunities for savvy, if daring, investors.

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