3 Top Tech SPACs To Watch

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This will be the year of the SPAC.

Many more companies than I had ever expected went public last year in what was a very difficult year for dealmakers.

But this didn't happen because of the traditional IPO process.

SPACs, or special purpose acquisition companies, made that possible. These are publicly traded shell companies created with the sole purpose of merging with privately-held businesses to bring it to public markets. This not only provided an easier path for private companies to go public but gave investors the opportunity to invest earlier on with innovative companies.

As we look ahead to 2021, this trend isn't going to slow down at all. Not only are we seeing more of these companies form every week, but many of the SPACs that went public in 2020 will be buying private companies this year. That's giving all of us the opportunity to invest earlier on, just like venture capital firms.

But not all SPACs are worth buying. With over 200 blank-check companies reaching public markets in 2020, it pays to be selective. Some SPAC mergers have been big let-downs for investors. But the most successful SPACs have had one thing in common: excellent management.

As a technology investor, I have been watching many of these companies form, and I've been digging into the management behind each and every one of them to share with you what is on the horizon.

There are the three best SPACs to watch right now…

3 Top SPACs for Tech Investors

Altimeter Growth Corp. (NASDAQ: AGC)

This SPAC is being run by one of the top tech investors of the decade, Brad Gerstner, the Founder of Altimeter. Not only has he invested in companies like Facebook Inc. (NASDAQ: FB), AirBnb Inc. (NASDAQ: ABNB), Uber Technologies Inc. (NYSE: UBER), and Unity Software Inc. (NYSE: U), but he was an early investor in Snowflake Inc. (NYSE: SNOW) back in 2015 and came out with an $8 billion profit as it went public.

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