The future is SPAC

A Special Purpose Acquisition Company, or SPAC, is a publicly traded investment vehicle where a management team raises capital in an IPO for the express purpose of making an acquisition.

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What is a SPAC?

When you invest money in a SPAC, you’re generally investing in the hope that the SPAC’s management will find a great, profitable target company — and that they will be able to consummate the deal in the end.

To the uninitiated, one of the most confusing things about SPACs is that they can have two, three, or even four stock ticker symbols. How can the same company have multiple stock tickers? What do they mean, and what exactly are you buying with each?

The next part of this series explains the ticker symbols in detail to help you decide which one(s) may interest you.

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