Evaluating IPO

Posted by Alex Roweon March 4, 2013

Anyone interested in investing knows that IPO is a company’s initial public offering- the price they first sell shares for on the stock market. Companies must adhere to federal securities law by registering any transactions with the Securities and Exchange Commission.  Here is a general high-level guideline for evaluating the quality, merit, and fairness of a company’s IPO to help you can make educated investments.

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Tags: financial risk, investing, IPO, shareholder, prospectus, EDGAR database

Educated Investing: Annual Shareholder Meeting Q's

Posted by Alex Roweon March 1, 2013

Commissioner Luis A. Auiglar from the SEC recently released an article regarding the importance of corporate disclosure at annual shareholder meetings, and the connection between transparency and happy investors.

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Tags: investing, BOD, political spending, leadership, proxy report, shareholder, annual shareholder meeting, Vibato, corporate governance, board of directors, educated investing