Intriguing IPOs: GEN Restaurant Group and Vesta Real Estate
A look at some of the fresher faces on the market today.
L’intrigue, James Ensor, 1890, oil on canvas, (Royal Museum of Fine Arts Antwerp)
Reflecting on the past several months of publishing here, I’ve struggled to keep what would be considered a regular cadence. Whether it be the time it takes to research and profile a new company or if my random thoughts on investing are even worth writing down, the results can be sporadic.
I want to deliver a more regular piece that can be completed on a predictable cadence but in a way that delivers unique value to you instead of filling your inbox with another market recap. Plenty of other people are doing that much better than I ever could, so there’s little point in trying to compete with them.
The idea I landed on was to look at recent IPOs and see which ones stood out as worth taking a deeper look. As you might expect, the focus will be on IPOs that didn’t make the headlines, like CAVA’s (NYSE: CAVA) recent IPO.
So, to kick off this new concept. Here’s a brief look at two recent IPOs: GEN Restaurant Group (NASDAQ: GENK) and Corporación Inmobiliaria Vesta, S.A.B. (Vesta Real Estate Group) (NYSE: VTMX).
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