Private investors are often frustrated at being unable to participate in IPOs, particularly the exciting, high-growth admissions to the Alternative Investment Market (Aim), many of which see their share prices rise strongly in the first few days following admission. However, just because you miss out on a quick-fire first day premium doesn’t mean the share price won’t continue to climb, as has been illustrated by many IPOs on Aim over the past few months. Furthermore, there are ways for private investors to participate in IPOs. So how can you tell that an IPO is likely to perform well in the first few days and weeks following the Aim admission?
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