public offering price

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1. POP. The price at which a new securities offering is made available to the public.
2. The price at which an investor may buy shares of a mutual fund. POP in this case is equal to Net Asset Value plus the load, if any. As with the Net Asset Value, the public offering price (POP) will typically change on a day to day basis.

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The public offering price was set and the announcement was made that our shares were now available to the public.

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The public offering price was not that bad and I knew that we could work with it and make it work with our company.

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You should always make sure that you are making a good investment when taking on the public offering price for your portfolio.

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