Last week, I put up a

column about how the current market is just trashing the stocks coming out of their quiet periods. Apparently, a few of you read it and I caught a pile of email, almost 100% of it positive. Nice, thank you.

I decided that it was time to do some meaningful work on this topic, so I put my team into high gear and we dug deep into our historical data. We looked back almost six months into the QP phenomenon and came up with some really remarkable proof about what is happening with these stocks. But, here's the catch: You have to watch me on

TheStreet's

television show this week on

Fox

to get the story.

See Ben this weekend on "TheStreet.com" on Fox News Channel, Saturdays at 10 a.m. and 6 p.m., and Sundays at 10 a.m. EDT

Cruel? Oh yeah.

Here's the table: (For a primer on Quiet Periods, see Ben's May 4

column.

Ben Holmes is the founder of

ipoPros.com, a Boulder, Colo.-based research boutique (now a wholly-owned subsidiary of TheStreet.com) specializing in the analysis of equity syndicate offerings. This column is not meant as investment advice; it is instead meant to provide insight into the methods of new and secondary offerings. Neither Holmes nor his firm has entered indications of interest in any of the companies discussed in this column. Holmes' This Week in IPOs column appears Sundays, This Week's Secondaries appears Tuesdays, Upcoming Lockup Expirations appears Wednesdays and The Quiet Period appears on Fridays. Under no circumstances does the information in this column represent a recommendation to buy or sell stocks. Holmes appreciates your feedback at

bholmes@thestreet.com.