It is possible for retail investors to buy IPOs at their offer prices. Here’s how it works.
Average investors tend to be left on the sidelines in favor of big funds when it comes to investing in initial public offerings at their offer prices, which can often be considerably less expensive than where the stocks end up trading as time goes on.
Moreover, only a small percentage of retail investors even know how to buy IPO stock at the company’s go-public price.
This article originally appeared at U.S. News & World Report.