Still doesn’t look to be up on IB as yet.
Pershing Square Tontine Holdings us going live today. Can you add the stock
3 billion spac stock
Have you found any news about it?
Still not on IB as yet. Only articles I’ve read mention the usual suspects: AirBnB, RobinHood…
Pricing at $20 rather than the usual $10.
To be honest I wasn’t intending to go in at launch. Look at the CCQQ lot. Hoping for something juicy and got something they didn’t recognise. Takes the wind out the sails. I’ll take the risk of waiting I think, see what they end up targeting.
Is it a case it’ll open at 2:30pm, 12:00pm pre (UK time)? Just noticed its now changed from info page about the IPO to actually listed ready on webull.
NYSE:PSTH (Pershing Square Tontine Holdings …
ahh still waiting on this i see
Don’t quote me on this, but I think this can’t be added due to warrants or something similar?
I’m sure I saw david mention this at some point.
Hope i’m wrong on this one.
Definitely need @David to confirm that.
I thought it was just the two other tickers today that held warrants. DEHU and MLACU.
“One ninth of redeemable warrant”… is one ninth enough to disqualify from T212?
@David, ol’ buddy, definitely need your expertise please.
Is it trading yet?
No not yet. Checking daily.
BRLIU: “Each unit consists of one ordinary share, no par value per share (“Ordinary Share”), one right, with each right entitling the holder to 1/10 of one Ordinary Share, and one warrant, with each warrant entitling the holder to purchase one Ordinary Share at a price of $11.50 per share.”
It may be that BRLIU was added in error, and anyone with that, will struggle to receive their warrants through this platform currently?
Everyone wants a part of this ipo why cant trading212 put up the ticker like they done on other platforms
I wonder if they could add it on CFD, as this is just a contract note then and not a direct ownership of the stock.
Hopefully the trading gods @David - can advise.
I’ve replied over on the Help forum to a similar post but I think there may be some issue with IB listing some SPACs at IPO ahead of their common class becoming tradable. Examples such as GSAH and KCAC have now been removed from IB too, which may be what’s prompted 212 to suspend trading on them and issue the mandatory sale notification.
On some SPAC filings I’ve read, they mention that the common share trades later than the warrants and units. If the latter are not supported, and are the only classes released at IPO, it may explain why we don’t/can’t/shouldn’t get some of the SPACs on IPO.
However, I am not certain on this so please do not take this as fact and I would very much welcome 212 to clarify, which I am sure they will at some point.
Definitely need this added.
We’ve had it confirmed by T212 over on the recent SPAC post in the Help forum that this IPO, which is expected tomorrow, will not be immediately available to trade on this platform. We need to wait for the purely common class to be trading (not the unit class which can contain warrants which are not supported by T212), at which point it will be added to IB and therefore to T212.
I have another thread of post-IPO SPACs that are yet to be added to T212. I will add PSTH to that list and monitor it/IB daily for when the common class starts trading.
T212 have confirmed they have already updated their processes to prevent SPACs without pure common class securities (as these usually follow the units, which are not supported by T212) being listed inadvertently ahead of when the common class starts trading. Holders of the following should have received an in-app notification already, but I will add the following to my other thread and also monitor when the common class begins trading - this exhaustive list has been provided by T212:
BRILLIANT ACQUISITION CORP;
CAPSTAR SPECIAL PURPOSE ACQU;
FOLEY TRASIMENE ACQUISITION;
FUSION ACQUISITION CORP;
GS ACQUISITION HDS CORP II;
KENSINGTON CAPITAL ACQUISITI;
PANACEA ACQUISITION CORP;
PTK ACQUISITION CORP
Good man, @Arron - thanks for owning. I’m sure a lot of folk want into PSTH so will appreciate it.