When the financial world’s biggest investors have a new IPO, they don’t often have to wait for approval from the SEC.
They can now do it in minutes.
The SEC has approved a new class of securities, which is expected to become available in the coming months.
The new class, called Investor Class A, will allow investors to buy shares in publicly traded companies and pay cash for them.
It will allow them to invest $1 billion in a single company.
Investors can purchase shares for as little as $2.50 apiece, or as much as $15 million in the case of a 10-person group.
The securities will be available to investors in the U.S. and Canada.
Investors will have to put in a minimum investment of $100,000 and invest no more than $2 million.
Investors must also be willing to pay a fee of at least 0.5 percent of their investment in order to participate.
Investors have been buying shares of companies on the secondary market for years.
Now, with a few more weeks until an IPO, investors will be able to invest in a wide variety of companies that have never been offered to the public.
Here are the top five stocks in the world.
Amazon: The cloud-computing company, which has a market capitalization of $30.3 billion, is the largest private company in the United States.
It is owned by Amazon founder Jeff Bezos, who is also the CEO.
It has been profitable for Amazon since it launched in 2001.
Apple: The iPhone maker, which sells a range of products including iPods, iPads and iPhones, is also owned by Bezos.
It was valued at $9.3 trillion before the SEC approval, and it has a $24.9 billion market capitalisation.
Google: Google is the biggest search engine in the country.
It employs more than 1 million people and generates revenues of more than a trillion dollars annually.
It started in 2004 and now has an operating profit of $8.7 billion.
Facebook: The social network is owned partly by the social media giant, which had been valued at about $60 billion before the approval.
Apple (AAPL): The company was valued in 2013 at $100 billion.
However, after the approval, it fell back to around $80 billion after a series of disappointing quarterly results.
This year, it will be worth around $100.