In this new to investing section, you will find high-level overviews of terms and concepts relating to investing. LOYAL3 offers two kinds of programs: stock in publicly traded companies and stock in Initial Public Offerings (IPOs). Each is designed to broaden access to stock ownership, including people who are new to investing in stock.
While LOYAL3 does not provide any recommendations or investment advice, nor will we advise participants about the advisability of any transaction, we have provided educational content to help you get a better idea of the how vital parts of the investing process work. See below for links to general information about investing in stocks and IPOs, as well as a glossary of investing-related terms. You can also visit LOYAL3’s Support Center below for more information about investing on LOYAL3.
Before investing, it’s important to know that shares of stock may increase or decrease in value (and could even potentially lose all their value). As with any investment, you will want to consider stock purchases in the broader context of your investment objectives and financial circumstances, including other investments, your savings, and other assets, such as considering their diversity or variety (whether "too many of your eggs are in the same basket") and the relative risk of loss related to each.
Some other options for a deeper education include the www.investor.gov sponsored by the Securities and Exchange Commission and www.mymoney.gov sponsored by various U.S. government agencies. In addition, the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority, which regulates brokerage firms, has an educational site at www.finra.org/Investors/.
Click here for information about investing in stocks.
Click here for information about investing in IPOs.
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Click here for information about investing in Follow-On Offerings.