Largest IPO Percentage Losses of 2007 (CHIP, DEEP, ZBB, BBND, MMPI, GLUU, IMRX, GSIT, XFML, PINN, LLNW)

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247WallSt.com wanted to bring a best and worst in IPO’s for 2007.  Many investors look for recent IPO’s that have seen the shares hit hard since coming public.  Some of these may be overlooked, but always remember that there is usually a reason that an IPO would be down more than 50% since coming public.  As you can see below, there were some big losers for IPO’s in 2007:

  • VeriChip Corp (NASDAQ:CHIP) Feb. 9 at $6.50; recently $2.49 or -61.69%.
  • Superior Offshore (NASDAQ:DEEP) April 19 at $15.00; recently $5.85 or -61.00%.   
  • ZBB Energy Corp (AMEX:ZBB) June 15 at $6.00; recently $2.40 or -60.00%.
  • Bigband Networks (NASDAQ:BBND) March 14 at $13.00; recently $5.55 or -57.31%.
  • Meruelo Maddux Prop. (NASDAQ:MMPI) Jan. 24 at $10.00; recently $4.36 or -56.40%.   
  • Glu Mobile (NASDAQ:GLUU) March 21 at $11.50; $5.07 or -55.91%.
  • ImaRx Therapeutics (NASDAQ:IMRX) July 25 at $5.00; recently $2.23 or -55.40%.
  • GSI Technology (NASDAQ:GSIT) March 28 at $5.50; $2.51 or -54.36%.
  • Xinhua Finance Media (NASDAQ:XFML) March 8 at $13.00; recently $6.18 or -52.46%.
  • Pinnacle Gas Resources (NASDAQ:PINN) May 14 at $9.00; recently $4.30 or -52.22%.   
  • Limelight Networks (NASDAQ:LLNW) June 7 at $15.00; recently $7.29 or -51.40%.

Jon C. Ogg
December 26, 2007

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