An IPO and IPO shares explained.

IPO stands for Initial Public Offering. During this process, a private company offers its shares to the public for the first time, i.e. it becomes publicly traded.

The most common reason for this is the need to raise capital and expand business. When conducting an IPO, a company sells its shares to investors, and these shares represent ownership in the company. Going public through an IPO is a significant milestone for a company and often attracts a lot of attention from the media and investors.

In general terms, IPO shares refer to the shares of a company that are offered during an IPO. The company determines the number of shares it wants to offer to the public and sets an initial price for each share. Once the IPO shares are listed on a stock exchange, they can be bought and sold by investors like any other publicly traded stock.

In the context of our service, IPO shares are the shares of companies that have just conducted an IPO, so they are already listed on a stock exchange. The price of such shares is determined based on the support and demand ratio on the market.