However, IPOs also carry risks. In fact, the risk is much higher than that of listed peers with a good trading and financial history.
Our Chief Correspondent Amit Mudgill recently caught up with Pranav Haldea, MD of the PRIME Database, trying to decipher the latest IPO service trends. Haldea, who knows what’s happening in the primary market, talked about price-earnings ratio exits, happiness among investors, and the risks they face. In addition, he also shared advice for investors chasing listing profits. That’s what we offer in this week’s special podcast.
Welcome to the show Mr. Haldea
Most IPOs in 2021 to date have received strong investor reaction. How do you read that trend?
Given the continued momentum in the secondary market, do you think the IPO pipeline remains strong?
How many mainboard IPOs do you think will be in March and 2010 with the approval so far?
Investors love IPOs in new industries. What should they look at before investing in a company that has no listed peers?
Are promoters and PE investors entering the market, or are there real cases where they are being funded to expand their business?
What advice would you give to individual investors seeking listing profits?
Thank you, Mr. Haldea.
That’s it for this week’s special weekend podcast. Come back next Saturday for this weekly special. In the meantime, you can check out regular podcasts on the stock market twice on weekdays. Podcasts are also available on Spotify and Gaana platforms.
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