American Rebel IPO: 13 things to know about the vault maker as AREB shares soar


american rebel (NASDAQ:AREB) stock soars on Tuesday as investors react to its recent initial public offering (IPO) on the Nasdaq Stock Exchange.

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Let’s dive into this news below to see why traders are sending AREB stocks higher today!

  • american rebel is “a designer and marketer of branded safes and personal security and self-defense products”.
  • She also designs and creates branded clothing and accessories.
  • Shares of the company moved to the Nasdaq yesterday after trading on the OTC market.
  • This listing has seen the company cross a guaranteed public offer.
  • This included 2,530,121 units priced at $4.15 each for total proceeds of approximately $10.5 million.
  • Each unit is made up of one AREB share and one warrant.
  • The warrants can be exchanged for one share of AREB at a price of $5.1875 per share.
  • Investors can redeem the warrants immediately and they expire in five years.
  • Originally, the company focused on concealed carry weapon accessories.
  • However, over time, it has expanded into other products as well, including its gun safe business.
  • Although new to the market, AREB shares are already seeing a fair amount of trading today.
  • As of this writing, over 15 million shares have changed hands.
  • That’s a massive jump from its average daily trading volume of around 16,000 shares.

AREB stock is up 47.1% on Tuesday afternoon.

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