All recent IPOs are very highly priced and I see that all the experts have an Avoid rating on all of them and CRISIL ratings are also not very impressive. So do you think Age of IPO investing is over?
When I posted detail analysis on Cox and Kings IPO I did some investment and if you have also applied for the ipo you can check your allotment status online.
Review and Analysis of Cox and King’s IPO
IPO Market is in lots of discussion these days due to IndiaBulls Power IPO loosing almost 17% in opening trade and it looks like no one is making money when it comes to investing in IPO. Lets see if its actually true or not and see the performance of each of them.
Investors did not made any money from NHPC and Adani Power IPO’s and we now see one more Power IPO coming and this time its Indiabulls Power IPO.
Euro Multivision IPO is going to hit the primary stock markets and would open for subscription from September 22nd, and closes on 24th September 2009.
Pipavav shipyard is in the business of shipbuilding, ship repair, docks and we would review it and see how we can use this IPO to make some money if any.
Why you should not be an investor in IPO but just try to trade in it? How you can get better price to get into the company again.
Companies outside India can raise capital from the Indian capital market with the Government notifying norms for issue of Indian Depository Receipts ( IDRs ). This has been stipulated in the Companies (Issue of Indian Depository Receipts) Rules, 2004 but there is not even a single company till date after 5 years listed as IDR.
Educomp Solutions, an e-learning pioneer, has given a return of 18 times which is about 1,679% to its investors. On the other hand, we also have the Indiabulls Financial which gave a return of over 13 times which is about 1,228% since its IPO in September 2004 at Rs. 19 per share.