Quick Insights

IPO, or Initial Public Offering, marks a company's debut on the stock market, making its shares available to the public for the first time.

What's an IPO?

Companies go through a detailed process, from filing regulatory paperwork to the exhilarating first day of public trading.

From Filing to Trading

IPOs are a financial game-changer, allowing companies to raise substantial capital by selling shares to interested investors.

Capital Boost

Watch how the stock market reacts to IPOs, with initial pricing, investor interest, and post-listing performance playing key roles.

Market Moves

Consider the upsides and downsides - IPO investments can be rewarding, but understanding the risks, including market volatility, is crucial.

Risk and Reward