According to Palantir’s newest S-1 amended filing published today, the business means to begin trading in two weeks on September 23 under the ticker PLTR. That provides us a little bit of time to speculate about how the business will perform on the public markets, especially offered Palantir’s abnormally shareholder-hostile governance structure, which was a topic at today’s Financier Day event. Fortunately: Palantir provided us

the most recent secondary sale trading data for shares traded by experts prior to the business begins trading publicly . We likewise now understand how insiders are going to register their shares, giving us some tips about who is excited to double down

and who is looking to move on from the business. Palantir has a great deal of experts today compared to other tech business that just recently submitted to go public. According to its S-1, the business has 2,794 owners of its Class A stock, and 738 of its Class B stock. While there is probably overlap between those two groups, it indicates that there are

countless owners of Palantir shares today. Compare those figures to Snowflake, which had 1,026 owners, or Sumo Reasoning, which had 473 owners. Palantir has more investors considering that it has actually been around longer (it’s approaching two decades), numerous early and even some recent staff members would have needed to exercise their stock options by now lest they end, and there has actually been a robust secondary market for shares that has actually allowed new investors to buy into the business.

Offered the number of people involved and the number of shares bought and sold over the past 18 months, we can get some insight regarding how experts perceive Palantir’s worth. Article curated by RJ Shara from Source. RJ Shara is a Bay Area Radio Host (Radio Jockey) who talks about the startup ecosystem – entrepreneurs, investments, policies and more on her show The Silicon Dreams. The show streams on Radio Zindagi 1170AM on Mondays from 3.30 PM to 4 PM.