MasterCard Ipo, Bank of China Ipo, and etc sucking up all the liquidity

Discussion in 'Wall St. News' started by mahram, May 23, 2006.

  1. does anybody here think all of the big ipo's like bank of china sucking up 5.9 billion, mastercard 3.9 billion, vonage 600 million, and etc is going to suck up all the liquidity availble and cause the bounce to whittle and head back down.
  2. Surdo


    This is one of the less intelligent threads I have witnessed.

    Why not start a poll?

  3. You sure trumped him in terms of a post lacking intelligence.

    $10 billion is too small to have much effect in the overall market to answer OP's question.

    Surdo is having a crappy day/life to answer OP's next question. :)
  4. tomhaden


    When has mahram actually had an intelligent thread?

    LOL. Irrelevant polls are his trademark...

    I love how everything is always posted in the form of a question.
  5. mahram's question is a good one. Think about it. If you're running a mutual fund and you've only got 4% cash reserves, you've got to sell off some holdings to buy a big IPO. Some observers ascribed the summer '04 dip in the Nasdaq as freeing up capital for the Google IPO. Look at the charts and see for yourself.
  6. lol i love tom haden, he my best follower. But out of 51 posts, 20 are replies to moi :D, so how come you didnt reply to my pm asking you about iran? Like I said, tom haden is afraid of the truth.