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Showing posts with label investing in IPO. Show all posts
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Tuesday, August 26, 2014

Investor guide for investing in IPO

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Welcome to StockInvestingTips, Your one stop guide for all the stock investment and money investment tips. This post can be understood as Guide for Investing in IPO or IPO investing tutorial.

IPO or Initial Public offering is first step of a company for getting into the league of biggies. Some of the IPO's have made investors millionaires overnight while some have been stock market dud. Investor needs to be extra cautious while investing in an IPO and should do a through research about the company and potential of it's management. The best thing which media does in case of an IPO is to create hype and increase curiosity in investors mind. Here is the trap to which investors might fall as prey and invest their hard earned money in IPO which becomes a stock market dud on listing. Many of the IPO's often list at price which is less then the IPO price per share.

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Saturday, September 25, 2010

Investing tips for IPO's in Indian stock markets

Initial Public offering of any upcoming company is very crucial both for company's growth as well as for investors confidence, These days there are lots of IPO's arriving in stock markets but all of them are not the best companies or consist of best management.

So investor should follow atleast these tips for investing in IPO:

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An Investor should first know how the management of the company is as this is the single most important factor which comes into play for growth of the company.

Investors should not be misguided by the advertisements in newspapers about the company whose IPO is to come as these advertisements show wrong picture of the company, And we cannot trust advertisements in world where print media is on sale and has lost values, Even the best selling English daily in India tops the list of improper and wrongly edited news, To keep a check on these false advertisements by the IPO companies SEBI is going to change guidelines for advertising by companies and this would make sure that the facts shown in advertisement is same as that in Red herring prospectus of the IPO, you can read full post here.

And lastly the most important tip for IPO investing is that you should wait for atleast 3 to 4 days before purchansing the shares as in 3-4 days the hype of IPO created would settle and true picture of interest being shown by investors would be in place.

For Initial Public offering of very large companies it will be a high profile event, which will attract a large number of institutional fund managers as well as smaller private investors to put their money into the IPO Such IPO's follow an upward trends for few sessions until coming back to original levels and even below that, looking at the sentiments, The biggest such IPO failure is ADAG's RNRL which was so much oversubscribed due to the Reliance factor but company could not flourish at all, So one should be very careful, although chances of such huge failures are very less.

Just follow these very basic IPO investing tips if you want to make your investment in IPO's a real profitable one.

Wednesday, November 19, 2008

ASBA - Investment friendly way of investing in IPO's

Bombay Stock Exchange Ltd. (BSE) has developed an interface for the banks to participate in the ASBA (Application Supported by Blocked Amounts) process. This new initiative is in the area of IPO payments as proposed by the capital markets regulator, Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI).

The objective of introducing ASBA is to ensure that the investor's funds leave his bank account only upon allocation of shares in public issues. The ASBA process also ensures that only the requisite amount of funds are debited to the investor's bank account on allotment of shares. In this mechanism, the need for refunds is completely obviated.

Using this interface the banks, participating in the IPO process would be able to upload the bids with respect to their customers, into the electronic book of BSE. The interface facilitates not only the controlling branch but also the designated branches of the banks to directly upload the bids into the electronic book at BSE. The ASBA application has been successfully tested with eleven banks.

The list of SCSBs are as below. For details of designated branches click on respective banks below:

Axis Bank
Bank of Baroda
Corporation Bank
ICICI Bank Ltd
IDBI Bank Limited
Kotak Mahindra Bank
State Bank of Bikaner & Jaipur
State Bank of India
Union Bank of India
Yes Bank Limited


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