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The IPO Process – It Is Time to Fix It

Albert Wenger has a great post up on the IPO Process. I have complained abot it on this blog for years. The meat: In the year 2016 here is how a company should go public. The company, with the help of banks, brokers and the exchange should build a complete buy and sell order book. The IPO price and the opening trade should be one and the same. To help facilitate this, the float should be meaningful, requiring both a primary and secondary component to the IPO.
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