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GPT Healthcare Limited

22 Feb - 26 Feb 2024

Issue size

₹ 502 - 527 cr

Price range

₹ 177 - 186

Min. Amount

₹ 14,880

Min. Qty.

80 shares

Subscribed 0.68x times in retail.

Sadhav Shipping Limited - SME

23 Feb - 27 Feb 2024

Issue size

₹ 0 - 38 cr

Price range

₹ 0 - 95

Min. Amount

₹ 114,000

Min. Qty.

1,200 shares

Upcoming & recent IPOs

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Company

Issue size

Price range

Min. Amount

Juniper Hotels Limited

21st Feb - 23rd Feb 2024

₹ 1,800 - 1,895 Cr

₹ 342 - 360

₹ 14,400

40 Shares/1 Lot

Subscribed 0.56x times in retail category.

Company

Issue size

Price range

Min. Amount

Vibhor Steel Tubes Limited

13th Feb - 15th Feb 2024

₹ 72 - 77 Cr

₹ 141 - 151

₹ 14,949

99 Shares/1 Lot

Listed at ₹ 421 with 178.81% gains.

Entero Healthcare Solutions Limited

9th Feb - 13th Feb 2024

₹ 1,571 - 1,654 Cr

₹ 1,195 - 1,258

₹ 13,838

11 Shares/1 Lot

Listed at ₹ 1245 with -1.03% gains.

Capital Small Finance Bank Limited

7th Feb - 9th Feb 2024

₹ 519 - 546 Cr

₹ 445 - 468

₹ 14,976

32 Shares/1 Lot

Listed at ₹ 435 with -7.05% gains.

Jana Small Finance Bank Limited

7th Feb - 9th Feb 2024

₹ 565 - 595 Cr

₹ 393 - 414

₹ 14,904

36 Shares/1 Lot

Listed at ₹ 396 with -4.35% gains.

Rashi Peripherals Limited

7th Feb - 9th Feb 2024

₹ 600 - 633 Cr

₹ 295 - 311

₹ 14,928

48 Shares/1 Lot

Listed at ₹ 335 with 7.72% gains.

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Frequently Asked
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An IPO or Initial Public Offering is the issuance of shares by a company for public investment. When launching an IPO, companies announce the total number of shares they intend to issue and the price band/minimum no. of shares one must subscribe to. Once the IPO is launched & subscribed to, these shares are listed on the stock exchange(s) and may be traded regularly.

 

Launching an IPO transfers the ownership of a company which may have been private from its erstwhile owners/investors to the general public (those who choose to subscribe to the IPO and are allotted shares).

Before a company goes public its ownership may be confined to an organisation/set of investors who raised its initial capital. This brings about a restriction on how much money may be utilised by the company without opting for loans. Issuing an IPO allows the company to accept investment from the public in general in exchange for a share of ownership. This not only pumps in additional capital but also dilutes the company’s liability.

Every IPO announcement is coupled with details on when the IPO will be open for subscription and the price band/minimum shares (lots) one must subscribe to. On the pre-specified dates you can apply for the IPO and approve a mandate for the required investment amount. If your subscription is approved the corresponding amount is deducted and the shares are deposited.

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When picking an IPO consider the following factors:

 

Your investment objective: Investing in an IPO may be done from a long-term objective of getting into the growth of a company as early as possible and staying invested, or from a short-term objective of applying for an IPO at lower prices and selling the shares at a profit after listing.

 

The company’s core business and management: If the company belongs to a sunrise sector and is run by an experienced management team, it might capitalise on growth opportunities. You should carefully evaluate the company financials along with its growth rate in the last few years. Usually, high growth companies having robust financials attract long-term investors.

 

How aggressively the IPO is priced: While this may seem slightly complicated for first-time investors, as a rule of thumb you may want to compare the growth rate and valuations of the company with that of the industry leader in the listed space to gauge the attractiveness of the IPO.

 

Refer to its Red Herring Prospectus: A Red Herring Prospectus or RHP contains comprehensive information about a company planning to raise money via IPO. Every company planning for an IPO must file RHPs at least three days prior to the launch of an offer, in accordance with section 32 of the Companies Act 2013 and SEBI’s Issue of Capital and Disclosure Requirements (ICDR). This document contains multiple sections covering information pertaining to the offer, risk factors, company specific information, the company’s financial, legal & other material information etc.

 

For further assistance/information you may also check out Ventura’s research notes that are provided with every listed IPO.

IPOs can be an avenue for both long-term & short-term growth of funds. In terms of long-term growth it is a way to make an early investment in companies. Assuming the company has high growth potential its future stock value will most likely be far greater than the IPO price. For short-term gains one may analyse the market for upcoming IPOs that show high promise/are offered by companies of repute,  subscribe to them and assuming their listing at a profit sell them off at the listing price.