Chew Finally Announces June 14th IPO Date

Chewy has been breaking news with its decision to release its IPO sometime this year. Investors and Stock Market Watchers have been patiently waiting for the release date to publish.

Chewy is a pet retail supplier that works online and is a sister company to PetSmart. They are reliable and have constant and trustworthy users who come back over and over again. As a stock, they are estimated to do well, but we will see as time goes on.

Official Release Date Right On Time

Chewys IPO is scheduled to become public on June 14th, which is only a week away. They have been dancing around the subject for weeks now. As revenue increases Chewy is becoming a true contender in the stock market. The company also has a great dose of healthy competition with upcoming IPOs.

Important Numbers To Consider

Chewy has caught a variety of investors attention with the companies potential and eventual value. As of now, the company is estimated to sell their stock shares at $17 – $19 a piece, but that may be subject to change.

They have also been attempting to raise the funds for their IPO and so far have a large goal of 749 million. While they have made strides in order to achieve this large number, experts are unsure how the company will do.

Is Chewy Worth Buying?

With only a couple of days, until their IPO is publicized, this is an important question to ask yourself. One thing to consider before buying a share of Chewy is the current revenue being produced by Chewy. According to techknowbits, “In the last year, Chewy generated $3.5 billion in revenue and had a net loss of $267.9 million.” These losses worry some investors but should be taken lightly. While the company has had a loss, they still have a grand amount of supportive customers and potential to grow.

 

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