The biggest companies have been spending time studying their stock portfolio in order to see how they can capitalize on a strong market and what kind of companies to invest in to create the most value from the IPO.
Companies like Uber, Google and Facebook have all been putting a lot of money into their stock funds, looking to get ahead of the market and take advantage of a potential IPO in order for them to create new jobs and drive economic growth.
In fact, the most recent data shows that the companies have seen an increase in their stock prices over the past few months.
According to a report from The Next Web, in September alone, Google’s stock jumped an impressive 738 percent from the previous year.
“The most impressive performance we’ve seen in our 12 months of tracking, comes from Google’s Google+ portfolio, which has risen almost 20,000 percent since December,” analyst Scott McAllister said.
The average return on Google stock is more than 100 percent over the last 12 months.
Google has already raised more than $4 billion for its stock fund.
As of now, Uber is the most profitable stock fund out there.
It has more than doubled in price from the year before and now sits at more than 1,300 percent.
However, Uber has also seen a number of issues.
Despite having been in business for less than two years, Uber had already racked up more than 60,000 violations during its time in the company.
Uber is currently being sued in California for allegedly not doing enough to stop sexual harassment complaints and has also been criticized for its alleged failure to address sexual harassment and discrimination claims.
Uber was also sued by the United Arab Emirates for violating human rights in the Middle East.
For the first time ever, Uber also announced it would be exiting the US altogether, which is an unprecedented move for a tech company.
However, the company has already made some moves to keep its operations in the US.
Earlier this month, Uber said it will shut down its driverless cars in cities around the US as part of its effort to reduce its reliance on the US market.