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If you are thinking about purchasing stock, you may be interested in looking at IPO indexes. An IPO index–or initial public offering index–will tell you about companies that are offering stock to the public for the first time. Because these companies have not previously sold stock, your investment could potentially be quite fruitful.
You will need to do as much research as you can on the companies in which you are interested in investing. The IPO index will usually include a basic profile of each company as well as press releases and contact information for the company. But the indexes do not guarantee investments, nor do they advise on potential investments. It is entirely up to you–or your financial adviser–to decide which companies may be good investment opportunities.
New IPOs can be unexpectedly profitable for investors. Or, they can be disappointingly unsuccessful. Sometimes it can be difficult to read the companies listed on an IPO index to determine which will be profitable and which will not. And really, investors need to remember that nothing about the stock market is guaranteed–IPOs included.
Interested in learning more about IPO indexes? Try the links on the left, which have been gathered by Business.com. These links will give you more information about investing in new IPOs.