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 be done by large privately owned ...
What is a Secondary or Follow-On Offering? How do they work?
A Secondary or Follow-on Offering is when an already public company registers additional shares. The shares could be newly issued by the company to raise additional capital or a sale by an existing shareholder, or both. A Marketed Secondary Offering ...
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 how much interest there is in a specific offering, and how much of the offering is allocated to ClickIPO.
A user of the ClickIPO app, usually with the intention of following and/or investing in public offerings. Also referred to as "Retail Investor".
What if an IPO is priced 20% or more above or below the price range?
If an offering prices 20% or more above the high end of the price range, your "conditional offer to buy", is no longer valid. We will send you a notice and you will have a limited amount of time, 60-90 minutes to reconfirm your order. If your order ...