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Does anyone know if there's such a thing as a "typical" ipo discount? I'd assuming it's something along the lines of 15% ? maybe 25%?

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  • Ben Shalom Bernanke's picture

    Normally in an IPO the shares are issued at a discount to what is considered their intrinsic value and that's why investors keenly await IPOs and make money on most of them.

  • madgames's picture

    Typically between 10 - 20%. Right now its closer to 20% because investors are requiring a greater discount given underlying macroeconomic fundamentals.

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