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Initial public offerings, known as IPOs, tend to attract a lot of investor interest – especially when the company is well-known. However, that excitement isn’t always matched by investment returns.
Senior Analyst Josh Olson offers some tips to consider before you decide to invest in an IPO:
High volatility and a falling stock price are not generally a recipe for attractive investor returns. So what steps should you take if you’re still interested in an IPO?
Remember to always do your homework before deciding on any investment, including an IPO. This includes working with your financial advisor to determine whether the investment is suitable for your portfolio.
This information is for educational and illustrative purposes only and should not be interpreted as specific investment advice. Investors should make investment decisions based on their unique investment objectives, risk tolerance and financial situation.