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Palantir

Why it is one to watch: One of the oldest tech firms to go public, the 17-year-old secretive data analytics company is likely hoping to ride the wave of investor enthusiasm for enterprise software stocks. But its secretive nature and tight control by a handful of insiders could raise questions for investors. 

Expected timing: September 30th

Type: Direct Listing

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