Upcoming IPOs

An upcoming IPO refers to a company that has announced its intention to go public but has not yet listed its shares on the stock market. These announcements generate significant interest among investors looking to buy shares at the initial offering price.

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What is an Upcoming IPO?

An upcoming IPO occurs when a private company has filed its DRHP with SEBI to become a public entity, planning to offer its shares to the public for the first time. This company is ready to launch its IPO soon, typically within the next week or month.

During this phase, the company discloses key details of the upcoming IPO, such as the open and close dates, the number of fresh shares being offered, and the minimum investment required. It also provides the company's financial performance and growth strategies to inform investors.

Upcoming IPO in India 2024

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Ola Electric

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Balaji Speciality Chemicals

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Balaji Solutions

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Enviro Infra Engineers

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R&B Infra Project

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Arhan Financials

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Airox Technologies Ltd

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Lohia Corp

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Cube Highways Trust

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Western Carriers (India) Ltd

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Emcure Pharmaceuticals 

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Go First (Go Airlines) 

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Wellness Forever Medicare

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Navi Technologies 

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Bajaj Energy

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Bharat FIH Limited

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Snapdeal Limited

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Puranik Builders Limited

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Droom Technology Limited

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Biba Fashions Limited

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Deltatech Gaming

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Le Travenues Technology Limited

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The Process of an Upcoming IPO

1. Decision and Planning: The company decides to go public and prepares detailed financial statements.

2. Hiring Underwriters: Investment banks are hired to underwrite the IPO, assisting with regulatory requirements and pricing.

3. Filing with Regulators: The company files a registration statement with regulatory bodies, such as the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) in the U.S.

4. Roadshows and Marketing: The company and underwriters market the IPO to potential investors through roadshows.

5. Pricing: Based on investor interest and market conditions, the final offering price is set.

6. Listing: Shares are allocated to investors, and the company’s stock begins trading on the stock exchange.


Key Considerations for Investing in an Upcoming IPO 

Investing in an upcoming IPO requires thorough research. Consider the company’s financial health, growth potential, industry position, and the reputation of its underwriters. Reviewing the prospectus and understanding the risks involved is crucial for making informed investment decisions.

Benefits and Risks of Investing in IPOs

Pros and Cons of IPO Investments 

- Benefits:

  - Potential for significant returns if the company performs well.

  - Opportunity to invest in innovative and high-growth companies.

  - Increased market transparency and liquidity.

- Risks:

  - High volatility and potential for price drops post-IPO.

  - Limited historical data to evaluate the company’s performance.

  - Possibility of overvaluation due to initial market hype.

How to check for an Upcoming IPO via INDmoney?

Keep a tab on all the details of the upcoming IPOs in 6 easy steps:

  • Step 1

    Download the INDmoney app and create a free* INDstocks account by completing your KYC (Know Your Customer).

  • Step 2

    Go to the 'INDstocks' section from the Dashboard or search for 'IPO' from the Search bar.

  • Step 3

    Under the 'Explore IPOs' section, find the 'Upcoming IPOs' tab.

  • Step 4

    Browse the list and click on your preferred choice to read the key IPO details, such as the minimum investment amount, opening and closing date, and issue size.

  • Step 5

    Wait till the IPO's opening date to place the application order via UPI.

Purpose of IPO: Why do companies go public?

A company launches its IPO mainly for one reason - to raise funds from public investors. This funding helps the company expand, invest in new projects, or pay off existing debts. 

Going public increases the company's visibility and credibility in the market. Launching an IPO also allows early investors and employees, who may hold significant ownership stakes, to sell their shares and cash out their investments.

Frequently Asked Questions

You can apply for an upcoming IPO through your Demat and trading account. Most brokers provide an online platform to apply for IPOs, where you can select the IPO, enter the bid details, and submit your application.

Before investing in an upcoming IPO, consider the company’s financial health, growth prospects, industry position, management team, and the reputation of the underwriters. It’s also important to read the IPO prospectus carefully to understand the risks involved.

The IPO allotment process is conducted based on the subscription level. If the IPO is oversubscribed, shares are allotted on a proportionate basis. Retail investors might receive fewer shares than applied for, or in some cases, no shares at all if the demand exceeds supply significantly.

Yes, you can sell IPO shares immediately after they are listed on the stock exchange. However, it is essential to consider market conditions and the company’s performance to make an informed decision about holding or selling the shares.

To assess the valuation of an upcoming IPO, review the company's RHP, which includes financial statements, business models, and future growth plans. Comparing these with industry standards and competitor valuations can provide a clearer picture of the IPO's pricing.

Investing in upcoming IPOs carries risks such as market volatility, potential overvaluation, and lack of historical performance data. It’s crucial to conduct thorough research and understand the specific risks associated with each IPO.

You can check the IPO allotment status on the registrar’s website, stock exchange websites, or through your Demat and trading account. Additionally, registrars and brokers often send SMS and email notifications regarding the allotment status.

Yes, IPO investments can have tax implications. Short-term capital gains (if shares are sold within one year) are taxed at a higher rate compared to long-term capital gains (if shares are held for more than one year). It’s advisable to consult with a tax professional to understand the specific tax implications based on your investment.

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