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UP Fintech Holding Limited (NASDAQ: TIGR) Investor Lawsuit Investigation
Our firm is investigating possible legal claims on behalf of UP Fintech Holding Limited shareholders. In March of 2019, UP Fintech (NASDAQ: TIGR) conducted its initial public offering (IPO), with shares priced at $8.00 per share. Since its IPO, UP Fintech’s shares have fallen steeply, dropping as low as $4.50 per share on August 26th.
If you lost money on UP Fintech Holding Limited, you may be eligible to recover you losses. Contact our experienced securities lawyers to learn more about your options.
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UP Fintech Plummets over 40% in 5 Months; Drops 11% in One Day
UP Fintech Holding Limited, known as “Tiger Brokers” in Asia, is an online brokerage firm focusing on global Chinese investors. In March of 2019, UP Fintech raised $104,000,000 in new capital as a result of its initial public offering, with shares priced at $8.10 per share. In less than six months, however, the stock price has plummeted.
On August 23, 2019, on an investor conference call to discuss the second quarter financial results, CFO John Zeng admitted
[T]rading volume actually slowed down a little bit because the market activity slows down. So the activities also slowed down a little bit on our platform.
Following this call, share prices dropped 11% in one day; closing at $4.50 per share on August 26th. Our firm will continue to investigate legal claims on behalf of investors.
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