Inside the “weird” world of DWAC, Trump’s already soaring social media SPAC |

US President Donald Trump arrives for a campaign rally at Pittsburgh International Airport in Moon Township, Pennsylvania on September 22, 2020. (MANDEL NGAN/AFP via Getty Images)

To be precise Trump has done Nothing and Wall St Wolves have done everything. The numbers he cited $1.7 billion are huge for a company without any apparent cash flow. Like ” a lot of things that happen with Trump are not great with details and formalities, it’s perhaps not surprising.” However it’s not the norm in SPACs.”

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For many investors, it apparently doesn’t matter that former President Donald Trump’s new media venture has yet to create, well, anything.

DWAC is what’s known as a “SPAC,” or special purpose acquisition company. The strategy, which has become popular in recent years as a way to sidestep the typically onerous regulatory process of taking a company public, typically occurs when a non-public company merges with a shell company that is already public. In this case, DWAC is set to merge with “Trump Media & Tec

It’s also important to note that a key feature of SPAC deals are the unique incentives that protect company insiders while other investors bear much of the risk if a deal fails to garner expected returns.

Trump’s last publicly traded venture, a casino company called Trump Entertainment Resorts, also ended in heartbreak for investors after it lost hundreds of millions of dollars in just over a decade, a period during which it filed for bankruptcy numerous times. Though if the past is any indication, Trump will likely come out on top — Fortune Magazine reported at the time that he earned more than $82 million from the company before it went bust.

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