Well Auctioned was created to educate and empower investors or their advisors
who are interested in IPOs. The recent rule changes on Wall Street are designed
to force fairness and transparency into the system values we applaud and
promise to bring to our customers.
We believe that investors everywhere hold a vast untapped power that they
should harness the value of combining independent research expertise with
their own viewpoints on an IPO. Simply put, a market price for an IPO is a
collection of individual thoughts. One investor provides some value to the
overall investment community when they contribute their viewpoint; however that
same investor receives significantly more value in return when they receive
feedback on how their viewpoint fits within the investment community.
Unfortunately, the way the process works now, investors receive limited real
time feedback that could allow them to make vital bid adjustments until Well
Auctioned stepped in to empower investors.
Imagine having a prep class on an upcoming IPO from an interesting teacher. The
class would brush you up on IPOs, update you on market action, provide you with
a detailed report on the specific company that was planning on going public,
show you the tools that the pros use to value investments, and describe the
process to participate. Along the way you could chat with your classmates about
their thoughts. Of course, being online, you can pop in and out of class
whenever you want!
But the key is to have a chance to experiment and practice before the big IPO.
So Well Auctioned designed a Patent Pending technology to put that new learning
to the test, via practice auctions with other Well Auctioned customers. We also
are building a data library for those customers who really want to dig deep on
auction results and trends.
Well Auctioned's proprietary tools help customers harness the power of their
ideas and become well prepared when they sit down to discuss investment
strategy with their financial advisor.
Knowledgeable and confident investors are good for everyone. If investors let
Well Auctioned work for them, it will.