Initial public offering (IPO) is the stock issuance process onto the public market. All of these companies are striving to be deemed up-and-coming IPOs.
An advantage of investing in a company that has recently had its IPO date is the ability for investors to buy up shares in a company at a reasonably cheap rate before others figure out what the company is worth and cause the company to not be such a bargain anymore with way more investors interested. But, of course, there can always be a downside to investing in a new company. You are driving blind. Investors need to know how a new company may handle adversity going forward. And trying to determine if the stock is a boom or bust is a tricky process.
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