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Welcome to the most comprehensive IPO Investment Portal for India Stock Market investors. We provide almost A to Z information about Initial Public Offerings at BSE & NSE Stock Exchanges. The IPO data including Issue Bidding Info, IPO Allotment Status, IPO Listing Dates, IPO Stocks Performance, IPO News and Stock Charts are updated every minute to provide most accurate and timely information to primary stock market investors.
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Ramalingam K (Founder & Director - Holistic Investment Planners (P) Limited) 20 May 2014
IPO’s or initial public offering is best understood as the first public offering of shares by a private limited company before listing in a stock market. Looking down IPO’s history of success and failure stories, you would be smart to first fully understand the various aspects behind such offerings and makes the right choice to invest or not in IPO’s. It is advisable to understand that investing in IPO’s could prove risky with unfavorable market situations and sentiments and when the fundamentals of the company and industry are weak. It is best to go by facts, avoid being influenced by rumors and have a closer look at the past performances also.
Ramalingam K, MBA, CFP,
Director and Chief Financial Planner,
Holistic Investment Planners
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thomas (Finance Manager) 13 November 2019
Before you decide to acquire shares of a company and begin the investment process, it is imperative to know what IPO is about. Every company aims to expand and grow. They do so by issuing some shares publicly. For this purpose, they must invite public investors for buying the shares. This entire process is called Initial Public Offering.
The moment you decide to buy shares, you are investing in an IPO. You get ownership in the company and proportionate value of the stocks. They later then get listed on the exchange boards. It is the place where you can sell the existing shares or purchase more.
Usually, the SEBI monitors the entire process through an IPO in India. The company who wishes to make their shares public must first register with SEBI. They then scrutinise the submitted documents, and only then it gets approved. While the company waits for SEBI’s approval, they prepare the prospectus, where they mention the status of approval.
Once approved, the company decides on two things – they fix the price of the share and the number of shares they wish to issue. After they have decided on these elements, the company makes the shares public.
Some of the top portals for IPO are Sharekhan, Angel Broking, Motilal Oswal, Zerodha, and 5Paisa.com.
Omsaroj Os (business) 04 December 2019