Secondary offering

Secondary offering is the act of selling newly issued shares by the company long after its IPO. A secondary offering directly translates to an increased shares outstanding by the issuing company.

This act can dillute the positions of investors who acquired stocks at IPO since the total value of the company would be divided into the increased number of outstanding shares.

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