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An Initial Public Offering is when a private company floats shares or stock to trade publicly for the first time in the stock exchange. It happens when a private company with a small group of shareholders wants to raise capital to expand the company or if some private company owners want to sell their stake in the company. Companies that decide to go public by trading their stocks must regularly disclose financial information to their shareholders as a requirement by law because they are accountable to their shareholders. Let’s go through the four tips that can help an investor interested in investing in an IPO:

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Gregg Jaclin

Gregg Jaclin is a consultant based in Princeton, NJ.

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