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Perceptions of the success of your offering and your company will depend on how your stock trades. It is important that your stock trades initially at a premium to the offering price - if it goes down months later the market will forgive you. The only way to do this is to price the deal properly and create excess demand – sell more stock than you are offering.
You should study how your company is priced compared to already public similar companies. We recommend that you offer the stock at a discount of about 10% to like companies. Remember your rate of growth is most important in pricing your IPO.
You should also create demand for about 10-20% more stock than you are selling. Hopefully some of this excess demand will go into the market and buy when your stock starts trading. Remember the Facebook IPO face plant? They sold stock to fill all the demand and the stock sank like a stone.
John E. Lux is a securities attorney and former IPO market maker
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