Dribble out

Definition

In the distribution of equity, dribble out equity programs are a method by which an issuer sells small amounts of equity at various times during the program. Using a shelf registration and a broker-dealer, it is often cheaper for issuing companies because it does not involve large amounts of institutional selling.
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