6 Private Companies Investors Want To See Go Public

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Recently, men and women met in an online discussion to reveal the companies they wish would go public so they can invest as soon as possible!

Wall Street Wishlist

Chick-fil-A has experienced a surge in popularity over the past decade. “I’ve never seen one without a line out the drive-thru and down the road,” explains one potential investor. “And the line stays moving. That’s what’s insane.

1. Chick-fil-A

Getting in on the ground floor of a Musk-opened tech company could be a life-changing decision, and many investors wish SpaceX would go public so they can buy shares in a company with literal “out of this world” expectations.

2. SpaceX

Anyone who’s lived in the Northeast part of the United States should be intimately familiar with Wawa. In the eyes of many, it’s the ultimate convenience store! “I remember the good old Wawa days when I was a poor college kid,” recalls one man.

3. Wawa

Wegmans is a high-end grocery store chain with a reputation for excellent prices and an immersive in-store shopping experience. “Wegmans would be amazing, but they’d probably price the initial public offering (IPO) with a very high valuation, so maybe I would not invest at first,” explains one investor.

4. Wegmans

Curiously, Rolex is a legacy brand in America that has never gone public despite being in existence for over a century in one form or another. The controlling shares of the luxury watch company are held by a private trust, which means going public will always be unlikely.

5. Rolex

As one of the most-visited websites on the internet, conventional wisdom argues that Craigslist going public would yield a large amount of cash flow for its founders. However, in 2023, Craigslist shows no signs of wanting to open the company up to retail investors.

6. Craigslist

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