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 and detailed information about its ...
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 will be chosen on the Effective Date.
A block of shares available for purchase usually priced at or below market prices, usually without a registration statement. A block of shares for sale is announced after the market closes, usually at a discount to the closing price. Investors have a ...