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Reddit’s March IPO Is Anticipated By Investors



Reddit's March IPO Is Anticipated By Investors

(CTN News) – Social media giant Reddit is reportedly preparing for its initial public offering (IPO) in March, a move that has been long-awaited by the investment community.

It has been reported by sources familiar with the matter that detailed plans have been drawn up for the IPO, marking a significant milestone for the platform that has been seeking a public listing for more than three years.

In the event that the plans proceed as anticipated, Reddit’s IPO will be the first for a large social media company since Pinterest’s IPO in 2012.

With the company’s entry into the public market, social media platforms face intense competition for advertising dollars from companies such as TikTok and Meta (formerly Facebook).

In order for this IPO to succeed, investors’ sentiment on the Reddit platform is expected to be crucial. Thanks to the platform, which is known for its diverse user base and influential community, companies like AMC Entertainment Holdings and GameStop have experienced “meme” stock rallies.

A close eye will be kept on how the Reddit community reacts to the company’s stock market debut.

IPO filings for Reddit were made confidentially in December 2021 and are scheduled to be made public in late February 2022.

IPO completion is expected at the end of March, following the commencement of the roadshow in early March. Founded in San Francisco in 2021 and valued at around $10 billion, the company intends to sell approximately 10% of its shares in the IPO. We will make a final decision on the IPO valuation closer to the listing date.

It is important to note that sources caution that these plans can change, as they have in the past, and emphasize that the information is based on confidential discussions.

Reddit was founded in 2005 by Steve Huffman and Alexis Ohanian and is known for its unique discussion groups and ranking system based on user ratings.

The company offers a $5.99 monthly subscription service that generates revenue mostly through advertising. Due to investments in the platform and lower user engagement with advertisements, Reddit has not yet turned a profit despite its popularity.


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