© 2023 by Bret Jensen.

BUSTED IPO FORUM

The focus of the Busted IPO Forum is on stocks that have been public for 18 months to five years that are trading significantly under their offering price. Many times after the initial analyst hyperbole has died and lockups have expired, these same companies can be had for 30 to 50 cents on the dollar to where the shares went public.

 

As lucrative as this niche has been for my portfolio over the years, I have never found a service or newsletter that covered this segment of the market. So I created the Busted IPO Forum hypothetical $150,000 portfolio investment service on Seeking Alpha. 

 

The goal was to build a portfolio of 15-20 small cap and mid cap Busted IPOs which consistently outperform the Russell 2000 over time. Currently, we publish exclusive research on 15 positions and will be increasing that count to 20 in May 2018.

RESEARCH

Model stock 20 portfolio of the most attractive small and mid-cap Busted IPOs

COVERAGE

Trade alerts and immediate updates on any company moving events in the portfolio

ANALYSIS

Deep dive analysis on new additions to the portfolio and other exclusive content

UPDATES

Portfolio updates and performance metrics against The Russell 2000.

PERFORMANCE

Model portfolio has more than doubled that of the Russell 2000

SERVICE

Live Chat community & Answers to any questions around these Busted IPOs

MANY MULTI-BAGGERS HAVE BEEN FOUND OVER THE YEARS TROLLING THIS NEGLECTED SPACE.

PROFIT FROM 'BUSTED IPOS' - ATTRACTIVE BUT UNLOVED SMALL AND MIDCAP STOCKS

Busted IPOs are stocks that have been public for 18 months to five years that are trading substantially under their IPO prices.

 

 

Many times after the initial analyst hyperbole blows over and stock lockups expire around Busted IPOs, many of these “once loved” equities can be had for 25 to 50 cents on the dollar from when they first became public. 

 

Bret has uncovered many 'multi-baggers' over the years trolling this neglected space of the market, including 'ten-baggers' AskJeeves (ASKJ) and ZELTIQ Aesthetics (ZLTQ). Each of these stocks was a 'Busted IPO' at time of his purchase ... a small investment that skyrocketed 1,000%.

 

What is the Busted IPO Forum?

The goal, build a portfolio of 15-20 small cap and mid cap Busted IPOs which consistently outperform the Russell 2000 (the benchmark) over time. 

 

 

The Busted IPO Forum is also a sounding board for new investments in attractively priced equities that investors and analysts have overlooked at the moment. 

HIGH RISK/HIGH REWARD ARENA FOR AGGRESSIVE GROWTH INVESTORS

MORE THAN THREE DECADES OF INVESTING EXPERIENCE

YEARLY

2-WEEK FREE TRIAL 

then $239 year
($24.92 per month /
save 28.8%)

A SUBSCRIPTION INCLUDES:
  • Model stock portfolio of the most attractive small and mid-cap Busted IPOs.

  • Trade alerts and immediate updates on any company moving events in the portfolio.

  • Portfolio updates and performance metrics against The Russell 2000.

  • Deep dive analysis on new additions to the portfolio and other exclusive content.

  • Answers to any questions around these Busted IPOs.
     

Additional Subscription Features Were Recently Added Including:

  • Expanded the model portfolio from 15 to 20 stocks

  • Increasing frequency of portfolio updates to weekly from bi-weekly

  • Improved the vibrancy of the Live Chat community with more active posting

monthly

2-WEEK FREE TRIAL
then $35 per month

A GREAT FORUM

Fallen stars destined to rise again and shine bright in some not too distant future. To me, the Busted IPO Forum is a telescope unveiling such hidden opportunities in the market. Bret‘s communication provided some very good entry points so far. I can only recommend to give it a try.

DISCIPLINED & SUCCESFUL

Bret has a very disciplined approach and, in the short time since the inception of the forum, has been very successful.

WE ARE ALL NOT IN THE SAME BOAT

The forum is as much about education as it is about investing. I appreciate not only the optimism regarding investments, but the on-going reminder to temper my optimism in terms of managing my exposure. We are not all in the same financial boat and need to keep in mind that what makes a reasonable investment (and sometimes gamble) for one person is not a reasonable or wise opportunity for another. I think the forum gets that point across.