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Fast Stocks/Fast Money: How to Make Money…

Fast Stocks/Fast Money: How to Make Money Investing in New Issues and…

by Robert Natale

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This text discusses new stock issues, also called initial public offerings (IPOs), and small company stocks. This guidance should help seasoned investors as well as newcomers who are seeking higher returns. It addresses issues such as: how much money to allocate; how to limit risk when buying risky stocks; how to maximize profits when buying new issues; getting in on the new offerings reserved for Wall Street "insiders"; whether or not to buy if shut out of a deal; analyzing the prospectus; knowing the right price; what to expect from a broker; and timing the decision to buy or sell. For less adventurous investors, it also shows how to use mutual funds for IPO to participate in this risky, but rewarding style of investing.

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