Updated July 25, 2018 04:21:19 Google’s $23 billion IPO may be the first of its kind, and investors are hoping for a strong return on their investment.
If so, they may have to keep waiting for the real thing.
Google, a search engine company, is expected to report quarterly earnings on Thursday, and analysts believe the IPO could help the company generate cash from advertising and search.
While Google may be able to pay its investors back for years, the company could also have to wait until it sells its stock, which is currently valued at about $40 a share.
Analysts expect the company will be able pay back investors on a one-to-one basis.
That means investors would receive $3.3 billion in cash for the company, according to a recent report by Bernstein Research.
Google’s stock has been gaining momentum in recent weeks, and the company has been looking to raise additional money.
The stock rose about 9% on Friday, after the company reported quarterly earnings.
Analysts say the company’s search advertising business could be a strong investment as well.
Google has already invested in the online ad platform AdWords and the search giant is currently spending more than $2 billion on AdSense, a platform that allows advertisers to target ads to people based on their interests and interests of the people they’re trying to reach.
Analyts also believe the search engine will be more profitable than its current valuation.
The company recently reported that its revenues grew at a 9% annual rate.