To find companies going public, visit the Nasdaq Initial Public Offering, or IPO, Web page. The Nasdaq IPO page lists companies' names and the dates that they plan to become public to investors. The exact method of locating companies going public depends on the platform you use.
Nasdaq provides investors with the symbol a company plans to use on the stock exchange. The IPO page lists what you may have to pay for each share once the company goes live on the market and reports the number of shares it plans to make public. You can also use Nasdaq's website to see which companies made a public filing and sort them by month.