London, United Kingdom, October 09, 2013 --(PR.com
)-- CleanFinancial.com, the London based financial trading and analysis website, has added two new guides on the forthcoming Twitter and Royal Mail initial public offerings (IPOs).
Although the IPO valuations of the US tech firm and the UK postal firm are yet to be set, a number of companies are running grey markets on the valuation of the companies.
The new trading guides look at:
* Potential pitfalls of investing in the companies
* The opportunities for the companies
* How the grey markets have moved
* Where to trade the grey markets
* Where to get more information on the IPOs
According to Jenna Cutly, Editor at CleanFinancial.com, there will be a lot of interest in the IPOs and the new guides will be useful both before and after the companies list on the stock market, "We expect a lot of investors to be interested in these markets, particularly the Twitter IPO.
"Looking at the Royal Mail trading guide
, the shares could end up being seen as a utility and experience lower levels of volatility. Of course, for the investor, there are still questions over the large, and often union-led, workforce as well as how the UK letters market is declining and whether the increasing parcel business will grow as forecast.
"Twitter has a different set of problems to overcome. E.g. how to best monetise its vast userbase, the fairly lower barriers to entry for competitors and what happens if Twitter starts to be seen as passé."
The CleanFinancial.com guides attempt to highlight and address some of these issues and therefore point out potential risks when trading these companies either before or after they go public. For the more bullish investor, the guides also highlight some of the strengths and opportunities for the firms.
"After the companies have gone public we will update the new sections to help investors speculate on the actual share price," concluded Cutly.
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CleanFinancial.com is a London based website which gives daily analysis and updates on hundreds of global markets including the UK and US stock market as well as forex markets and commodities markets.
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