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Investng in IPO

For those who have been working with investments for a long time, such a concept as an IPO is most likely already known. But novice investors may not be familiar with it.
What is an IPO? This abbreviation comes from three English words - Initial Public Offering, which means the initial public offering of a company that has not previously been quoted on the stock market.

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Investng in IPO

In simple, an IPO is the initial public offering of a company's shares on a stock exchange. As a result of the IPO, the company's shares are available to all interested parties. Individuals, foreign representatives, companies, funds, banks. Our developed portfolios are suitable both for individuals with conservative views on capital and for intensive earnings.

  • Why do companies go to IPO?

    With the help of an IPO, companies receive:
    1. Money.
    This is one of the ways to attract multi-million dollar investments. Once received, they can be used for business development or reinvested in infrastructure. For example, you can expand the company, or you can play on your personal brand, which was done by the well-known Elon Musk and his company Space X, which, according to Morgan Stanley's estimates, collected a total investment from an IPO of $ 3.5 billion.

    2. Reputation.
    Stocks of companies with poor financial performance are not listed on well-known stock exchanges. After all, their activities are monitored by regulatory bodies that "award" firms a high rating.

    3. Marketing.
    The noise in the media about the upcoming IPO is tantamount to an advertising campaign, the main thing is not to overdo it.

    4. Competition.
    Provides a huge advantage in the market, including the international one.

    5. Company shares.
    The advantage of having publicly traded company shares is the ability to offer securities to top managers, thus luring the best specialists to your place. In addition, shares can be used in takeover and merger transactions, as well as as collateral when taking a loan from a bank.

  • How to make money on an IPO?

    - on the difference between the price of a share at the time of distribution of shares for the IPO and its value on the opening day of trading ("First Day Premium").
    - on the growth of the share price during trading sessions on the stock exchange - if the demand is high, then the price per day for securities may rise by 10-30%.
    - on receiving dividends from the company, if you consider the IPO as a long-term investment - the majority (72.7%) of companies after entering the IPO begin to pay dividends after 3 years of receiving a stable profit.

  • How to buy shares on an IPO?

    Search for a promising company.
    This is a highly profitable investment instrument with a high risk. Shares of a new brand do not always rise in price quickly. To make the right choice, you should study analytical forecasts and consult with your investment manager.
    Conclusion of an agreement for the purchase of the selected assets.
    The investor informs how much and what shares he wants to buy, credits the amount necessary for the purchase to the account. It is important to remember that crediting funds to an account can take up to several days, so you need to make a decision in advance.
    Purchase of shares.
    The financial advisor, as soon as the shares become available in the market, buys them at the original price.
    Transfer of assets to the account of the new owner.
    After the purchase, the shares are added to the investment portfolio and credited to the investor's account.

  • Conditions for participation in an IPO

    Minimum investment amount - $ 500
    Recommended investment amount - $ 5000
    Application deadline - 2 days before the start of trading on the exchange
    Commissions (depending on the product):
    At the entrance - 2.5%
    At the exit - 0.5%
    Profit - 10%

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Coinbase

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American company that operates a cryptocurrency exchange platform. Coinbase operates primarily remotely and does not have an official headquarters.

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Uber

Uber

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Price before $ 41.57
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The company develops a mobile application for finding, calling and paying for taxis, private drivers, private bus routes and fast food delivery.

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Snowflake Inc

Snowflake Inc

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Price before $ 240.00
Current $ 387.7
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A cloud-based data storage company using artificial intelligence and secure data access.

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Adagio Therapeutics

Adagio Therapeutics

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Price before $ 17.00
Current $ 23.06
Profit 35.65%

A biopharmaceutical company specializing in the discovery, development and commercialization of antibody-based solutions for infectious diseases with pandemic potential.

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SentinelOne, Inc.

SentinelOne, Inc.

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Price before $ 35.00
Current $ 46.00
Profit 31.43%

A cybersecurity developer and positioned as a complete antivirus and advanced threat detection and remediation platform.

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Xometry, Inc.

Xometry, Inc.

A cybersecurity developer and positioned as a complete antivirus and advanced threat detection and remediation platform.

Price before $ 44.00
Current $ 68.00
Profit 54.55%

Manufacturing outsourcing company is a leading service for manufacturing on demand using artificial intelligence technology.

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Alopexx, Inc. (ALPX)

IPO date: 2022-10-12

Price: $5.00

Number of shares: 3000000

Cost: $17250000

Stock: NASDAQ Capital

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