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Buy new stocks at IPO prices & trade with 0% brokerage fees 

2022 was a tough year for IPOs, but industry experts expect the IPO market to turn around at the end of 2022. A lot of IPOs are expected for 2023. Examples of IPOs expected for 2023 include: VinFast (EV manufacturer & part of Vietnam's biggest private company VinGroup), Boston Dynamics, Reddit, Discord & Starlink.

I am happy to offer readers the option to buy new listed stocks at IPO prices and trade with 0% brokerage fees (details below). Freedom24 is a product offered by Freedom Finance: Freedom Finance Europe stockbroker is the European subsidiary of a NASDAQ-listed Freedom Holding Corp.,(founded in 2008), reported to 3 regulators (CySEC, BaFin,SEC)


The links to lead you to the offer are affiliate links and I get an incentive, if you register for Freedom24 using the links. If you want to support the project, please use them. There will not be any disadvantage to you. Thank you for supporting!

What does Freedom24 offer?


  • A wide variety of stocks, us stock options and ETFs (including uncommon crypto ETPs)

  • The USD savings account (D-account) with 3% annual income and daily interest accrual

  • The opportunity to buy new stocks at the IPO price, with an average price growth 52,9% in 3 month

  • And much more...


Why you should open your Freedom24 account now


Registration process & how to apply for new stocks at IPO price

  • Sign up and verify your account at Freedom24 providing 2 documents (ID and address proof)

  • Top-up your account by card or wire transfer

  • Check the “IPO info” page and choose one of the applicable companies to buy stocks at IPO price in your personal area (Freedom Finance adds new companies regularly)

  • Apply with at least 2000 USD for the selected company stocks (higher amount of application -> higher amount of stocks of the new company received)

  • After the IPO your application will (partially) be satisfied. The remaining (unused) funds from the application are returned to your account balance immediately

  • In the first trading day you get the stocks at their initial price

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