A user of the ClickIPO app, usually with the intention of following and/or investing in public offerings. Also referred to as “Retail Investor”.
The company that is going public and is issuing shares to the public.
This is the Underwriter that leads an offering, located in the upper left hand side of the prospectus.
An Offering refers to any public offering, whether IPO or Secondary, in which the offering will be made available in the public markets.
An estimated range, usually in $2.00 increments ($18-$20 as an example) within which an Offering is expected to be priced. This range can change during the Registration Period and is only a guide. A final price...
A legal document that provides details about an offering that is required by and filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission.
In terms of an IPO, the period where an issuer is subject to a SEC ban on promotional publicity. The quiet period usually lasts either 40 or 90 days from the IPO. – Source: Investopedia.com
The process by which a company files required documents with the Securities and Exchange Commission detailing the particulars of a proposed Public Offering. A company issuing shares must reveal essential facts ...
This is typically an individual who invests his or her own money in stocks, bonds, real estate, and other investment types.
When an already public company sells or registers additional shares in the public market. These offerings typically have a trading history and valuation set by the market. Secondary Offerings come in different ...