SPAC stock is becoming increasingly popular as an investment. Rather than a traditional initial public offering, private companies are now using SPACs to go public. Due to the current market conditions, SPACs have become increasingly popular in recent months.
SPACs are primarily structured for the purpose of acquiring other businesses. Nonetheless, SPACs must either acquire or integrate existing businesses in order to become listed. Approximately 83 billion dollars will be raised by companies offering special-purpose shares in 2020, according to SPAC Research. By June 2021, SPAC’s are poised to assist 350 companies in raising more than $108 billion through their IPO debuts.
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Investing in SPACs may be risky, since they are relatively new and investors are unfamiliar with the details. Consequently, cautious investors should avoid investing in SPACs. For those investing in SPAC stocks, a high level of risk appetite and a growth-oriented outlook are necessary qualities.
XL Fleet Corp. (NYSE: XL) is -84.03% lower on its value in year-to-date trading and has touched a low of $3.62 and a high of $35.00 in the current 52-week trading range. The xl stock was last observed hovering at around $3.79 in the last trading session, with the day’s loss setting it -5.96% off its average median price target of $6.00 for the next 12 months.
XL Fleet Corp. (NYSE: XL) share prices have decreased by -10.61% over the past week, but are down -41.96% in the last quarter. Going further back, the stock’s price has tanked -52.33% over the last 6 months but is down -84.03% in year-to-date trading.
Avalon Acquisition Inc. (AVAC) started the day trading at $9.86 and recorded an intraday high of $9.88. It also recorded an intraday low of $9.845 during Thursday’s trading session. Avalon Acquisition Inc. is a very active stock that recorded a trading volume that is more than 86.81% of the average daily trading volume on Thursday. The stock’s trading volume on Thursday was 52839.0, which is more than 86.81% of the total average daily trading volume of 52839.0.
AVAC’s year to date performance is at -0.10%. The 7-day charts show that the stock’s price has dropped by -0.10% over the last week.
DraftKings Inc. (NASDAQ: DKNG) started the day on 12/16/21, with a price decrease of -5.89% at $26.98. During the day, the stock rose to $29.40 and sunk to $26.42 before settling in for the price of $26.98 at the close. Taking a more long-term approach, DKNG posted a 52-week range of $26.67-$74.38.
In terms of its performance, DKNG is down -49.85% over the past year, and it is down -14.21% over the last week. The stock’s price index is -31.31% lower over one month and -55.35% lower over three months. It is showing a -43.86% return in the past six months.