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Pre-Initial Public Offering (IPO)

Before a stock is launched on a public exchange, substantial blocks of shares are privately sold in an initial public offering (IPO) placement. Typically, the buyers are institutions eager to purchase sizable shares in the company, such as private equity firms, hedge funds, and other organizations. The price of a pre-IPO placement is typically lower than the price listed in the prospectus for the IPO because of the amount of the investments being made and the risks involved.

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