Sezzle Sizzles at open.


No surprises here as Sezzle peaked at over 110% in the first few hours of trade today, hitting almost $2.60 vs the $1.22 ask - Prices have since settled to around the $2.20 mark, still a comfortable 95%+ up from the float and continue to soften as we approach Power Hour.

The market is expecting big things, as it has with all Buy Now, Pay Later (BNPL) providers, as Sezzle enters a sector currently dominated by the likes of AfterPay, Zip Pay and Splitit. There were a few eyebrows raised, suggesting Sezzle may not be a strong enough proposition to list in it’s home country, the U.S. but it appears Aussies are happy to welcome it onto the ASX.

This will be one to watch moving forward, wkeep tabs on the 2019 Scorecard.

OSX added to the list.


You’re going to want to sit down with a good cup of coffee to digest the prospectus, but for now just be aware that Osteopore has been added to the watch list with a scheduled listing date of September 19.

Looking to raise a little over 5M, 26M shares are on offer for 20c a piece as the company looks “to support market penetration, fund the investment into new 3D printed microarchitecture and bioresorbable devices”.

Take a good look at the key offer details and the financials to decide if this one is for you. Biotech is a fairly hot market currently, but not all companies are created equal so please do your due diligence.


OPC added to the list amongst a raft of delays.


Prepare for another exciting tech IPO come August 22nd as OptiComm prepares to list on the ASX, following on from the success of 5GN and UWL. Another wholesale communications provider, OptiComm specialise in Fibre to the Premises (FTTP).

There was very little allocation to be had on this one and by the time word got around it was almost already too late for most of us. Morgans historically have good success so we’re expecting good things from this $2 stock - Dig into the details in the prospectus here, key offer details below.

In less stellar news, APV, NXR, and TMG are all delayed and TBA while AN1 is now officially withdrawn. We’ll update the watch list as more info becomes available.


Quick win for QuickFee.

QuickFee has become the 3rd straight IPO to post a gain at open as it joined the ASX at 12pm today. Coming close to a 100% gain within the first hour or so, prices have since “dropped” a touch to 38.5 cents or 92.5%.

QuickFee provides a payment platform for clients to obtain finance for accounting and legal costs, whereby the service provider is paid in full and the client enters a monthly payment program with QuickFee - More info here.

QuickFee also hs a US arm, though not yet profitable, and will use funds from the IPO for all the usual things, marketing, sales, acquisition etc.

Congrats to those who bought in, now can we go 4 from 4 with our next scheduled IPO AppsVillage? We’ll find out soon enough.