Equities

SPAC Series

Profit off of a SPAC by buying shares in it before the company merges or acquires a business.

 

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DAYS Active

17

Securities

0.8

Day's RESULT

-4.2

TOTAL RESULTS

Deeper Dive

SPACs, or special purpose acquisition companies, are another name for a "blank check company," meaning an entity with no commercial operations. After becoming a public company, the SPAC then acquires or usually merges with, an existing private company, taking it public. Before completing a merger or acquisition, many SPACs provide no indication to investors about the type of company they will become. These are tracked for opportunities. 

Updated on 11/29/2022

Investors that don't have insider knowledge or privileged information about a blank check company should tread lightly.

With SPACs, you can choose from a range of sizes, industries, and business models—all backed by institutional investors.

Customized Risk Assessment

Conduct your own personalized risk self-assessment to determine the best strategy for trading style. The assessment begins by asking simple questions regarding how you feel about risk and how much time you are willing to devote to managing your money. Whether you are an aggressive or conservative trader, an investor or simply starting out with trading, we can help you develop your own personalized trading plan by providing recommendations for capital allocation and investment approaches for the future.

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