What is an IPO or Initial Public Offering?
IPO or Initial Public Offering is the process through which a private company goes public by offering its shares to the public for the first time.
Can a minor apply in IPO?
Have you ever wondered id a minor can apply for an IPO? Yes, a minor can apply for an IPO given that he/she has a PAN card and a Demat account.
How to apply IPO in Zerodha? Buy IPO Online
If you are a Zerodha customer, you can apply for IPO online through Zerodha Console (Zerodha Back-office). The process for applying an IPO process has been explained in detail above. Here are few other answers to important queries that you may want to learn.
Can I apply more than one IPO application in my name from different saving bank accounts in same bank or different banks?
Only one PAN card can be used for one application. No matter how many different savings account details you might utilize, if there is the same PAN number in more than two applications, then all of them would be revoked.
Can a person apply in the non-institutional bidder category of an IPO?
Yes, an individual investor can apply through a non-institutional category of an IPO given that they have enough influx to bid in the category.
How to increase IPO allotment chance?
Subscribing for an IPO with multiple accounts, avoiding last-day applications, and choosing minimum bids are few ways to increase IPO allotment chances.
How many IPO applications can I submit through online net banking from one bank account?
There are about 5 IPO applications that can submit through online net banking from one bank account. However, the number can change immensely from one bank to another.
Can we sell IPO shares immediately?
In an Initial Public Offering (IPO) a company sells its shares to investors in order to raise money. As a retail investor, you can apply for an IPO from the primary market in order to get the shares offered by the company. Once the shares get listed on the secondary market, you can sell your shares provided you have received an allotment in the primary issue.
What is the minimum and maximum for investing in an IPO?
The minimum and a maximum number of shares are defined in Lots in an IPO. The minimum number of Lots that a retail investor can apply in the Retail Segment (RII) is 1 Lot and the maximum number of Lots that can be applied should be less than 2 Lakh Rupees. On the other hand, if one wants to apply for more than 2 Lakh rupees then they can apply in the NII (Non-Institutional Investor) category where the minimum amount for investment is 2 lakhs and the maximum amount is not capped.
Why did some of the recent IPOs gave poor listing gains? Is the IPO craze over?
IPOs have been extremely popular lately as a result of increased retail participation, ongoing bull run, and massive listing gain opportunities. However, the Indian stock markets went through a minor correction which resulted in a muted performance of some IPOs. The market negativity coupled with the lofty valuations of some of the IPOs led to poor listing gains, but the craze might not be over.