Which means that analysts are releasing notes and ratings on the ride-sharing app.
Over 20 analysts initiated coverage of Uber with a buy Tuesday morning.
"The stock essentially flat following an 18% decline from its IPO price of $45 as public investors have for now eschewed the long period of loss-making implied in Uber's business model, and it's quite possible that the stock may experience an extended "seasoning" period as it works through pent-up supply from early investors seeking partial liquidity," said Canaccord Genuity analyst Michale Graham, who initiated coverage on Uber with a $55 price target and a buy rating .
"I think that Uber is below the offering price and that means that a lot of analysts want to buy it. You're buying it if you think that it can be more than a cab company. I think it can be," said Jim Cramer.
Cramer said that he believes in the company because of its "remarkable" leadership.