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IPO's That More Than Doubled in 2007 (JASO, YGE, MELI, VMW, LULU, MASI, RCH, APEI, ATHN, DM)

247WallSt.com wanted to bring a list of the best and worst in IPO’s for 2007.  We already gave a list of the large money losing IPO leaders of 2007 and this list should show you which of the recent IPO’s that are up more than 100% so far since the IPO pricing. 

  • JA Solar Holdings (NASDAQ:JASO) Feb. 6 at $15.00; recently $75.43 or +402%.
  • Yingli Green Energy Holding (NYSE:YGE) June 7 at $11.00; recently $40.09 or +264.4%.   
  • Mercadolibre Inc. (NASDAQ:MELI) Aug. 9 at $18.00; recently $60.40 or +235.5%.
  • VMware (NYSE:VMW) Aug. at $29; recently $88.71 or +202%.
  • Lululemon Athletica (NASDAQ:LULU) July 26 at $18.00; recently $49.16 or +173.1%.   
  • Masimo Corp. (NASDAQ:MASI) Aug. 7 at $17.00; recently $41.37 or +143.3%.   
  • China Architectural (NYSE: RCH) Sept. 28 at $3.50; recently $8.45 or +141.4%.
  • American Public Education (NASDAQ:APEI) Nov. 8 at $20.00; recently $44.00 or +120%.   
  • Athenahealth Inc (NASDAQ:ATHN) Sept. 19 at $18.00; recently $38.37 or +113.1%.   
  • Dolan Media (NYSE: DM) Aug. 1 at $14.50; recently $29.80 or +105.5%.

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Jon C. Ogg
December 26, 2007

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