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.
Are all IPOs available to order? When will "X" IPO be available to order?
Not all offerings are available to order. While we do list all offerings, please keep in mind that allocations are never guaranteed. If we expect to receive an allocation from the Underwriter in an offering we will make it available to order on the ...
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.
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 ...
The date on which an Offering is cleared by the SEC. The price and shares to be sold are set.The stock will trade when the market is open.
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 more shares than the total dollar amount ...