Saturday, July 18, 2015

How to Get Shares in the Blue Buffalo IPO Stock Offering

If you watch television at all, you have probably seen the commercials for Blue Buffalo Dog Food. And if you own a dog (or a cat), you may even be buying Blue Buffalo for your pet. Blue Buffalo Pet Products, Inc. is going public, and if you want to get in on the stock offering, you have to act fast. The IPO is expected to close next Tuesday, July 21.

There is a way to get in on this deal, even if you are a small investor, through a brokerage firm called LOYAL3 (See link below) which is part of the underwriting group, and allows investments as low as $100, without any fees.  Enrollment is real quick with only three steps and takes just a couple minutes. The company is a member of FINRA and SIPC.

In addition, investors can buy shares in many other stocks, in custom amounts or various increments, with the option to invest once or with automatic periodic stock purchases, without having to worry about account management, account minimum, or cancellation fees. LOYAL3 makes its money by performing services for the companies that it works with, and charges for those services.

LOYAL3 has participated in various IPOs in the past, including AMC (AMC), GoPro (GPRO), Santander (SAN), and Teledoc (TDOC). Now it is participating in the Blue Buffalo IPO. The prospectus and additional details on the IPO can be found at the following link.

You need to open your account and fund the account, or at least initiate funding, by July 21, so don't waste any time. The sign-up process is very easy and the customer service is superb. LOYAL3 has found an innovative way of serving the small and medium size investor.


DivHut said...

I know many like appeal of getting in on IPOs but the reality is that most retail investors never get the best possible pricing relative to insiders. I just stick to good old fashioned dividend stocks that have a long record of dividend raises. Thanks for sharing. I do like Loyal3 though for many that are just starting out.

Stockerblog said...

That is why I recommended LOYAL3, since it gives the retail investor the chance to get the best possible pricing relative to insiders. Fortunately, LOYAL3 gives investors the chance to buy dividend stocks with no commission and extremely low minimum investments.