What will be true about the initial share price of Reddit (RDDT) on IPO?
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Resolved
YES
$35 or less
Resolved
YES
$40 or less
Resolved
YES
$45 or less
Resolved
YES
$50 or less
Resolved
YES
$60 or less
Resolved
YES
Is $31-34 like they project at the start of march
Resolved
N/A
Even number
Resolved
N/A
Multiple of 7 (the dollar amount)
Resolved
N/A
Prime number
Resolved
NO
$25 or less
Resolved
NO
$30 or less
Resolved
NO
$20 or less
Resolved
NO
$100 or more
Resolved
NO
50 or more
Resolved
NO
$35 exactly
Resolved
NO
$36 exactly
Resolved
NO
$36.00 or more
Resolved
NO
$35.00 or more

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Does this refer to the open, close, or max intraday price?

@HarrisonNathan Or is it the actual IPO price?

@HarrisonNathan the actual initial price they list at

Multiple of 7 (the dollar amount)

how does this work? On Dollars only or on cents?
e.g. 35.07 could be yes on dollars only 35/7=5 or no as 35.07 /7 is not exactly 5 or yes on cents as 3507/7 =501 exactly

@ChristopherRandles whole number multiple in dollars

@strutheo Thanks for reply but I am still unclear. Are you saying the price gets rounded to nearest whole number of dollars then tested for being multiple of 7?
Or are you saying $35.07 is a no because it is not a whole number multiple in Dollars?

@ChristopherRandles as in $7, 14, 21, 28, $35.00

no cents

(sorry wasnt the best answer lol)

@strutheo Sorry to still be a dummy but are you saying the price has to be $X.00 to count as a multiple of 7, or that the cents will be ignored and any 35.XX would count?

Same goes for even / prime / etc.

@simoj lol i think i might just NA this, my bad for not thinking harder

@strutheo it may have relevance to prime number and even number?

I follow the prices carefully, luckily I found price watcher & crawler software for E-Commerce at https://pricer24.com/price-watcher-crawler-tool/ . Pricer24 collects product data by the entire category or brand. Now I don’t have to manually match products found by the parser to your SKUs.

@LuckyJack whats it looking like, jack?

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looking like 30-35$ by the initial reports, not final though

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