The gaming industry is one of the many markets that use Unity's software. Unity's fundamentals show that this is a company still in its growth phase. Unity has a forward price-to-sales ratio of roughly 30, and many investors might consider this expensive for the software market.
Shares of Unity Software (NYSE: U) have now risen some 80% since the May low, and are just 16% below the December high. Shareholders and potential investors may want to take note of the fact that company insiders have continued to sell shares as the share price has risen.
There have been some pretty exciting IPOs in the software industry within the past year or so, but one of our experts is especially excited about Unity Software (NYSE: U). In this Fool Live video clip, recorded on Sept. 15, Fool.com contributor Jose Najarro discusses why he's watching Unity very closely with colleague Danny Vena. Jose Najarro: The next IPO stock I want to talk about, I think this has been the most exciting IPO for me.