IPOs, Initial Public Offerings: pre & post IPO

Quite period explained

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Investment bankers typically issue written analyst reports after the ‘quiet period’ ends, 10 days after the IPO, changed from 25 days for JOB Start companies (with less than $1bb in annual revenue) or 40 days for companies with annual revenue over $1bb, or who didn’t file under the JOB Start regulations.

Sometimes stocks do pop. Monday, May 5, 2014 -- for example -- KING came out of it’s quiet period, and the stock was up 8.5%

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