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Want to buy SpaceX stock? You have to know someone

Want to buy SpaceX stock? You have to know someone
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By Micah Maidenberg SpaceX has become one of the investing world’s most exclusive clubs. Invites circulate via group chats, word of mouth and emails marked confidential. Investment vehicles providing access to Elon Musk’s closely held rocket and satellite company have generated hefty demand, and fees for those arranging them. For years, the company’s value has only gone in one direction – up. Hawthorne, Calififornia-based SpaceX – which flirted with bankruptcy not long after Musk founded the com...

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