Here we brings to you the list of IPOs likely to come in Year 2021. This page is created to curb users queries and discussion on upcoming IPOs.
If you think any IPO upcoming in 2020 is missing in this list, do not forget to mention the same in comment section below although we have tried to cover all mainboard equity IPOs expected to list on NSE and BSE during the year 2020.
What is an IPO and how do I invest in one?
IPO is the Process to raise capital from investors by a public limited company, offering its shares to general public for the very first Time.
Once the pricing details and IPO dates are finalised, you can bid to get the shares of these companies on these dates via a Demat Account.
Don’t worry if you don’t have your Demat Account, just fill in your basic details and we will help you find best available demat account for you :
The Prices set for the IPO could differ a lot what you pay in Initial Public Offer.
Lets give you an example of IRCTC the IPO price of this stock was kept at Rs. 320/- while it open at whooping Rs644/- per share on its listing date almost doubling the investors money.
What are the risks of investing in an IPO?
Common Mistakes investors should avoid before investing into Stock Market
Research & Analysis
Research means studying the Balance sheets and profit & Loss accounts of a company. Check their Earnings per share, Dividend payouts in last 5 years and Profit Tend for last at least 5 years. Also check out Management discussion and analysis of stock you are going to invest into.
Don’t keep all your eggs in one basket, invest in different industries and sectors so that your earnings are not dependent on one stock, sector or industry.
Lumpsum Investment in one Shot
Do not just shoot your money in a Stock market in a single go. Go for monthly and regular investment just like Systematic investment plans (SIP) which can help you in averaging your costs. It will bring you financial discipline in investment.
Non-Reviewing Portfolio Health
Reviewing your portfolio health, don’t just leave your portfolio on its own, check it up regularly according to your risk appetite, re-balance it according to need of the hour and your goals and liabilities after all its your hard-earned money.
Investment after watching Television
Do not just buy after getting investment advice from television but believe me no one can predict a market, what will happen in future its uncertain even Warren Buffett got wrong recently predicting the market. So do your own study about companies’ financial performance and results, his debts and other ratios before investment.