Investor Roundtable Video: Investor Roundtable: What's ahead for Canada's IPO market Add to ... The Globe and Mail Published Wednesday, Oct. 03, 2012 5:47PM EDT Last updated Wednesday, Oct. 03, 2012 8:44PM EDT The Roundtable team discusses the lack of Canadian companies that have gone public this year and whether or not that will change in the fourth quarter. Watch More Video: Market Call Tonight: Top Picks from T.I.P. Wealth Manager’s Jim Huang Fallout from Greek debt crisis still being felt across Europe Bombardier: no discussion with Siemens; rail IPO still in the works Microsoft launches Windows 10 VW lowers sales goal on China Why Canadian banks are TSX winners Signs your advisor may not be that into you Cost cuts help Total beat low oil prices Fed rate hike would impact emerging markets: Rabobank Bombardier, Siemens in talks to merge rail business: WSJ Have you outgrown mutual funds? Sherritt CEO: Still more room to cut operating costs Barclays to speed up cost cuts Twitter suffers another bout of growing pains Strong sales abroad boost Nissan results Love for bigger, fancier vehicles fuels Ford's second quarter Technical analyst bullish on Twitter Ford accelerates sales in North America Energy downturn: No light at the end of the tunnel TransAlta faces millions in fines over price fixing Comments AA More Related to this Story Investor Roundtable Video: Investor Roundtable: Can the TSX be a winner in 2012? Investor Roundtable Video: Investor Roundtable: Does a slowing housing market matter to stocks? Investor Roundtable Video: Investor Roundtable: Can the iPhone 5 save the U.S. economic recovery?