Friday, May 4, 2007

AMC Suspends IPO in Hungry Investor Market - Interactive Brokers Goes Dutch and Wins

For the week ending May 4th 2007 Wall Street seems to have forgotten all about "market conditions" and keeps pouring out the IPOs. Investors are hungry again and one great example is Interactive Brkrs (IBKR) out of Greenwich, CT: The company took advantage of theor dutch auction. However Mr. Gaskings could only justify a grade and ranking of B-, 8 Included in this weeks analysis is a a comparison with NYMEX Holdings (NMX) CBOT Holdings (BOT) Chicago Merc (CME) InterconExchng (ICE) and International Sec Exc (ISE)

Rounding out the field for this week is Acorn International (ATV) who operates Chinese infomercials and direct mail; receiving a C+ grade and 7 rank. Cavium Networks (CAVM) Who provides semi-conductors for networks: C+, 7 - Qiao Xing-Mobile (QXM) a mobile handset maker: C+, 7 - NeurogesX (NGSX) in the biopharma pain management sector: C, 6 -

AMC Entertainment (AC) operates 411 theaters through their AMC & Loews brands: C+, 7 A comparison with Regal Entertainment (RGC) and Cinemark Holdings (CNK)

Published jointly by and StreetIQ

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