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Differences Between Public and Private Equity

Differences Between Public and Private Equity

Equity typically means the ownership of shares of company shares. Shares can come with attached liabilities or debts. Equity represents an investor’s money in the company, and it’s refundable in case shares are liquidated. There are generally two types of equity:...

The Different Types of IPOs

The Different Types of IPOs

The financial world is notorious for being full of complex terms. Initial public offerings (IPO) are straightforward in that there are only two types: fixed price and book building. There’s only one big difference between the two: how the cost is determined.  ...

How to Compare IPOS To Other Investment Vehicles

How to Compare IPOS To Other Investment Vehicles

An initial public offering (IPO) is where private corporations make their shares available to the public in a new stock issuance. These shares can either be newly issued or previously held by early investors and the founders. If you want to invest in IPO, you need to...

What 2021 Holds for IPOs

What 2021 Holds for IPOs

The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has played a major part in the diminishing IPO activity that the world has seen for the better part of 2020.

How to Buy IPO Stock

How to Buy IPO Stock

Although many people may think of tech startups going public, many of the most successful IPOs occurred in other industries.

What Is The Right Time to Go Public?

What Is The Right Time to Go Public?

Deciding to take your company public is a big decision, but it’s not the only important choice you have before you. Timing is also important. Taking your company public at the wrong time can adversely affect the results you’ll see on the open market. Here are a few tips to help you choose the most opportune time for your initial public offering.