The IPO market looks to be warming back up as the level of companies filing to go public is at its highest since pre-2008. Now with Facebook, one of the most followed IPOs of all time, the focus is squarely on new offerings. There are a lot of ways to make money from initial public offerings other than buying shares before it starts trading. Nearly every company seeks to protect the value of its IPO by having its existing shareholders bound by a “lockup” agreement. This prevents insiders and pre-IPO investors from selling their shares on the open market usually for a period of 90, 180 or 360 days. If an investor times it correctly they can make good money from shorting the IPO or hedge their losses by selling stock or buying put options before the lockup period expires. Here are three stocks that are going down based on shares entering the market….Read The Full Article Here