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A prospectus is a document issued by a company and filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission that is used to sell securities to investors.

A prospectus must be sent to investors before they can invest in an offering of securities.

A prospectus discloses a company's financial position, risk factors, business description and other information that is relevant in order for an investor to make an informed decision about purchasing the security.

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