When a company first decides to go public, it issues stock for the first time. This is known as the “initial public offering,” or IPO for short. When large companies have an IPO, investors can expect for there to be big gains and large fluctuations in the first few weeks. That’s due to the fact that the reason many companies go public is to raise money.
While not every company that IPO's is immediately available for trading on that day, Public usually has it available by the next trading day. If there is ever any company you want to see us add on the app please let your friendly CX team know!
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