Stock purchases pre liquidity event

I work at a private company that has recently allowed me into their share purchase plan. They have a minority investment from private equity (significant firm).

It has been said indirectly several times that the company will go public in the bit too distant future or experience another liquidity event – nothing is certain but that’s where the indicators are pointing. Company is growing fast rapidly.

I am wondering what are peoples general opinion on investing as much into it as I can? I am no expert on stocks but my first thought is that this is a unique opportunity to get shares at a lower price while we continue to grow, and then cash in when a liquidity event happens.

What can I do to evaluate my investment in the company’s (currently internally valued) shares?


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