FAQ's

What is an IPO? How does it work?

An Initial Public Offering (IPO) is the first time that the stock of a private company is offered to the public. IPOs are often issued by smaller, younger companies seeking capital to expand, but they can also ...

How does ClickIPO work?

ClickIPO is a mobile-based IPO and Secondary Offering order entry platform and research tool designed for Retail Investors. We make it easy for Retail Investors at any Broker-Dealer to purchase any Offering. We...

Why do investors invest in IPOs?

All investors have different strategies and we do not make any investment recomendations. However, an IPO is an opportunity to make a ground floor investment at the IPO price which is attractive to investors if...

How much stock will I receive or be allocated?

You could be allocated the entire dollar amount of your order, part of your order, or none of your order. Your allocation depends on your Investor Score, how much interest there is in a specific offering, and h...

How much do IPOs cost?

All you pay for is the share price of the IPO. There is a commission built into the share price, but it is paid by the issuer, not you, so you do not pay any additional commission.

Why do you take orders in dollars instead of shares?

We take orders in dollars because the final price of the offering is not determined until the offering is effective. Your allocation will be in shares. Regardless of the final price, you will not be allocated m...

What if an IPO is priced above or below the price range?

As long as the final price is not 20% below or 20% above the “price range”, your “conditional offer to buy” is still valid. As an example, an offering with a price range of $18-$20 could be priced anywhere from...

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