BEST - Example Of What Happens during/after IPO lock up period

A lock-up on an IPO prevents major shareholders and company insiders from selling shares in the company for a specified number of days following an IPO to prevent the market from being flooded with too much supply of a company's stock. Following the expiration of the lock-up period, restrictions preventing a company's employees and other major shareholders from selling their stock are lifted. Lock-up expiration's often coincide with a 1-3% drop in the company's stock because of the increased number of available shares in the company.

Start looking at IPO's from 5 months to 7 months to catch this easily to trade sell off and then bullish run. Price action trading and money money will keep you trading. What is between your ears and both of your eyes will not deceive you, but too many indicators and voices will. Trade will INSIDERS (big money).

PLEASE you tube and/or read about Lock up on an IPO . I never invest in initial public offerings of any IPO related to stock have ZERO history, but after 5 plus months, you can figure out bias and when the Insiders are SELLING some of their original shares (99% of the time for profit), but also send PA downward related to having to much SUPPLY of stocks. This is time to buy for the regular, normal trader at home investing.

Great site for IPO Lockup Expiration's is: MARKETBEAT
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