Primary market or IPO is buzzing in India. A huge number of companies has been listed on NSE and BSE and almost all of the IPO help investors to make truckloads of money. Have you invested any of the IPO in 2017? Some of the IPO are most liked by investors are Jubilant Food (current gain 1000%), Shree Pushkar (294%), Avenue Supermart (281%), Dilip Buildcon (269%), Shankara Building (217%), Salasar Techno (163%), CDSL (147%), Apex Frozen (134%), and the list is endless.
Imagine how much you could earn while investing in the primary market. If you miss out to invest in the primary market then don’t dishearten as there are many IPO’s coming on your way.
Remember all IPO doesn’t make you money and investment in the primary market are sometimes risky. I will let you know which IPO to skip and where to put your hard-earned money. Before you invest in Initial Public Offering, read and understand the companies record very carefully.
All About IPO – Primary Market
When a company needs capital for its expansion or to operate, they list their company in the primary market. Although, they can go for bank loans and also borrow from others they need to pay an interest rate. So, to avoid that, they offer shares of their company to the public. When you buy a share, you own a portion of that company.
Initial Public Offering is a way to which a private company becomes a publicly listed company by offering its shares for the first time to the public. Once the listing process gets over, it finally entered the secondary market that is a stock exchange like NSE or BSE.
How Can You Invest in Initial Public Offering?
You can invest in an IPO through two ways. One is Fixed Price Issue and the other one is Book Building Issue. Fixed price issue lets you invest where the price of the share remains fixed. Whereas, in a Book Building Issue, you have involved in a bidding process. You have to bid on a specific range of price band with certain lot size.
All you need is a Demat cum Trading Account through which you can apply for an IPO. Once the allotment process over, you may receive shares in your Demat Account. You can sell the shares at a premium price on the day of listing or you can hold it for the long-term. If you don’t get the allotment, then don’t worry as the money will be returned to you after some days.
Khel Risky Hain!
Beware of investing as Initial Public offering are normally issued by a new organization. So, the risk is always there for you as if the company is not good enough then the stock price may fall. In fact, it is very difficult to track the past records or performance of the company.
You can sell your shares on the listing day itself or you may hold the shares for long-term. One such IPO was Avenue Supermart that I recommend to hold it for a longer period.
How To Make Quick Money From Primary Market
In 2017, many IPO’s come but some of them were the biggest hit. If you have been invested in below IPO, then you may earn a really handsome return. Check out the awesome gains by these companies within this year itself.
|Date||IPO Name||Issue Price||Listing Price Open||Listing
|03-Oct||SBI Life Insura||700.00||735.00||1.14||668.50|
|18-Sep||Bharat Road Net||205.00||205.00||1.54||178.55|
|10-Jul||AU Small Financ||358.00||544.00||51.17||571.75|
|09-May||S Chand and Co||670.00||675.85||0.87||473.20|
Most of them made a terrific debut and still counting. However, if you missed the opportunity to invest then don’t you worry at all. Check out the upcoming IPO on your way so that you can make tons of money.
If you want to invest in IPO then keep visiting IPO Snapshot where you get latest info on upcoming IPO.
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