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Quiet Period

Definition

In United States securities law, the quiet period has "historically [meant], a quiet period of time extended from the time a company files a registration statement with the SEC until SEC staff declared the registration statement effective. During that period, the federal securities laws limited what information a company and related parties can release to the public."

What is 'Quiet Period'

In terms of an IPO, the period where an issuer is subject to a SEC ban on promotional publicity. The quiet period usually lasts either 40 or 90 days from the IPO.

Explaining 'Quiet Period'

In other words, If you take your company public, you can't talk about your stock to anybody for 3 months.


Further Reading


The quiet period is making noise again
www.tandfonline.com [PDF]
We examine the initial public offering quiet period following the implementation of NYSE and NASD rules extending the quiet period from 25 to 40 days for lead underwriters. While early studies found positive excess returns at the expiration of the quiet period, more recent …

The quiet period has something to sayThe quiet period has something to say
www.tandfonline.com [PDF]
We examine the initial public offering quiet period following the implementation of NYSE and NASD rules extending the quiet period from 25 to 40 days for lead underwriters. While early studies found positive excess returns at the expiration of the quiet period, more recent …

Analyst behavior following IPOs: the “bubble period” evidenceAnalyst behavior following IPOs: the “bubble period” evidence
academic.oup.com [PDF]
We examine the initial public offering quiet period following the implementation of NYSE and NASD rules extending the quiet period from 25 to 40 days for lead underwriters. While early studies found positive excess returns at the expiration of the quiet period, more recent …

Joining the conversation: How quiet is the IPO quiet period?Joining the conversation: How quiet is the IPO quiet period?
papers.ssrn.com [PDF]
We examine the initial public offering quiet period following the implementation of NYSE and NASD rules extending the quiet period from 25 to 40 days for lead underwriters. While early studies found positive excess returns at the expiration of the quiet period, more recent …

Do quiet period and lock-out period affect the risk of initial public offerings?Do quiet period and lock-out period affect the risk of initial public offerings?
go.gale.com [PDF]
We examine the initial public offering quiet period following the implementation of NYSE and NASD rules extending the quiet period from 25 to 40 days for lead underwriters. While early studies found positive excess returns at the expiration of the quiet period, more recent …

The Halloween effect during quiet and turbulent timesThe Halloween effect during quiet and turbulent times
papers.ssrn.com [PDF]
We examine the initial public offering quiet period following the implementation of NYSE and NASD rules extending the quiet period from 25 to 40 days for lead underwriters. While early studies found positive excess returns at the expiration of the quiet period, more recent …

The IPO quiet period and analyst recommendations.The IPO quiet period and analyst recommendations.
elibrary.ru [PDF]
We examine the initial public offering quiet period following the implementation of NYSE and NASD rules extending the quiet period from 25 to 40 days for lead underwriters. While early studies found positive excess returns at the expiration of the quiet period, more recent …

Does the media help or hurt retail investors during the IPO quiet period?Does the media help or hurt retail investors during the IPO quiet period?
www.sciencedirect.com [PDF]
We examine the initial public offering quiet period following the implementation of NYSE and NASD rules extending the quiet period from 25 to 40 days for lead underwriters. While early studies found positive excess returns at the expiration of the quiet period, more recent …


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