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Retail investors are often left high and dry at the time of share allotment, considering most of the IPOs these days are getting oversubscribed. So how should one ride on the IPO craze and benefit from the excitement?
So what should an investor consider while putting their hard-earned money in IPOs
So what should an investor consider while putting their hard-earned money in IPOs
Updated on Nov 06, 2021 01:55 PM IST
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By Vertika Kanaujia

The pandemic induced lockdown has a silver lining, it has infused structural changes in our lifestyle, with technology firms making life simpler and things more accessible. This mainstreaming of digital adoption has made new age unicorns household names. That’s why in 2021 they are leading the IPO rush and consumers are happily investing in public market offerings of firms like Zomato, Nykaa and Paytm. However, on the back of over subscriptions retail investors are often left high and dry at the time of allotment. So, how does one ride on the IPO craze and benefit from the excitement?

Hindustantimes.com's Vertika Kanaujia speaks to Amit Khurana, Head of Equities, Dolat Capital Market and poses all the questions that a retail investor would seek answers to.,my bet 88 casino malaysia

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Amit Khurana: For Zomato allotment came in at 76 and its price today is 132. So, if you had bought it at a lower price, you would be in profit. These are businesses where u need to have a long-term view and a higher risk appetite than traditional listings of profitable companies. These are new business models driven by digital transformations, however, these firms won't make substantial profits for years and that has to be factored while deciphering an investment strategy. They will gain market share and more visibility but equity gains would be marginal.

lightning roulette free game,Paytm is a household name, but you may want to think twice before buying it at any price post listing. If an IPO is listed at a premium of 50% it has already discounted the profits it will make in the next 5 years. So, if Nykaa were to get listed at 70% premium it has already discounted decades ahead inflows. 10 years is a long time frame as its business environment will change in the coming years. I feel something that has not been discounted in the valuation is the regulatory risk witnessed across US, China or Europe, but yet to come to India.

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Paytm's parent One97 Communications will come out with its IPO on Monday, November 8 with the price band fixed at  2,080-2,150 per share.

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