IPOs

An initial public offering- IPO, is when a private company becomes a public company by offering its shares for the public in stock exchanges such as the New York Stock Exchange or NASDAQ. There are many reasons a private company might go public, like maximizing shareholder value, providing liquidity to investors and employees, raising capital to reinvest and give the business a chance to grow.

In this case, Axedo will act as part of the selling group for IPOs. When we do, we can offer qualified accounts the chance to participate. When we are not, we can still offer you the chance to pursue investing in a company entering the market once it goes public.

How to buy IPOs

When Axedo is a member of selling group, you can get an IPO: Not a client yet? Open an account Already a client? Log in to your account and select IPOs from the trade tab, or call support for assistance. From the moment the company goes public, and its stocks are available to be traded on the secondary market, you can buy and sell them as the other stocks in the market, you have to decide if it is right for you.Powerful MT4 Platform

What you should know about IPOs

Participating in a new IPO through Axedo is giving you the chance to purchase stock at the IPO price. The company which is going public usually hires an investment bank to determine the IPO price. If your requirements are met and we are participating in the IPO you show interest in, you are free to place an offer to buy.

 

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