Friday big bang blockbuster debut for BSE

BSE lists with a bang
BSE sees stellar debut

Shares of Asia’s oldest bourse, BSE saw stellar debut on Friday, 3 February 2017. The stock settled at Rs 1,070.55 on the NSE, a premium of 32.82% compared with initial public offer price of Rs 806.

Shares of BSE made its debut at Rs 1,085 on NSE. The stock had hit a high of Rs 1,200 and a low of Rs 1,065.10 in intraday trade. The initial public offer (IPO) of BSE had received strong response from investors. The IPO was oversubscribed 51.22 times.

The stock has already delivered multibagger returns as it was alerted to investors near Rs 300 levels (face value Rs 2) when it was unlisted about two years back.  For investors who want to get such stock messages, please click https://buysellunlistedshares.com/unlisted-sharesupdates/

The recent market buoyancy has triggered an IPO boom. Companies with good fundamentals are seeing huge oversubscription leaving investors with nil or low allotment. This is very annoying as there is a loss of opportunity to make profit in form of listing gains.

Also investors would be disappointed by nil or low allotment as IPOs are an entry point for many new investors who begin their stock market journey.

To address this situation, investing in stocks at a pre-IPO stage makes sense. The biggest benefit is getting the assured desired quantity. Also there is price benefit. This wealth creating tool was earlier available only to institutions, private equity investors and high networth investors.

But now, retail investors can also take benefit of such multibagger returns from investing in unlisted shares. Many fundamentally good companies will be floating their IPOs soon. For more details and buying pre-IPO shares of all companies about to bring out IPO soon, please call on 08108234400 or place your trade details buysellunlistedshares.com/buysell/

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BSE shares now ready to fly after huge demand for IPO

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BSE MD & CEO Ashish Kumar Chauhan

BSE Ltd (Bombay Stock Exchange), a small neglected baby we adopted 2-3 years back, has grown up fully and is now ready to fly. Deteriorating financials due to stiff competition from rival NSE ltd and lower investor interest had led to BSE being shunned by investors and wanting to exit the sinking ship.

But in this adversity, there was a multibagger opportunity here which was alerted to investors near Rs 300 levels (face value Rs 2) about two years back. Now, BSE had announced its IPO at Rs 806. So the stock has already become a three-bagger, (3x) in just two years, with Rs 100 premium being quoted.  So bottomline is that if you want to multiply your wealth exponentially, buying unlisted shares makes great sense. For regular updates please fill your details https://buysellunlistedshares.com/unlisted-sharesupdates/

Shares of BSE Ltd (Bombay Stock Exchange) will be listed on 3 February 2017. The IPO saw huge demand from investors and closed with over subscription of 51 times. Taking into consideration the huge demand for IPO, the BSE stock is likely to list between Rs 950-1,000 per share, as per grey market premium.

The recent market buoyancy has triggered an IPO boom. Companies with good fundamentals are seeing huge oversubscription leaving investors with nil or low allotment. This is very annoying as there is a loss of opportunity to make profit in form of listing gains.

Also investors would be disappointed by nil or low allotment as IPOs are an entry point for many new investors who begin their stock market journey.

To address this situation, investing in stocks at a pre-IPO stage makes sense. The biggest benefit is getting the assured desired quantity. Also there is price benefit. This wealth creating tool was earlier available only to institutions, private equity investors and high networth investors.

But now, retail investors can also take benefit of such multibagger returns from investing in unlisted shares. Many fundamentally good companies will be floating their IPOs soon. For more details and buying pre-IPO shares of all companies about to bring out IPO soon, please call on 08108234400 or place your trade details here buysellunlistedshares.com/buysell/

 

BSE Ltd latest grey market premium indicating blockbuster debut

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BSE shares are likely to debut at Rs 950-1,000 on 3 Feb, as against IPO price of Rs 806, grey market premium indicates.

 

The IPO of BSE Ltd (Bombay Stock Exchange) closed with over subscription of 51 times. Taking into consideration the huge demand for IPO, the BSE stock is likely to list between Rs 950-1,000 per share, as per grey market premium.

Shares of BSE will be listed on NSE on 3 February 2017. The shares were issued at Rs 806 in the IPO which closed on 25 January 2017. The allotment process will be done on 31 January 2017 and shares will be allotted on 1 February 2017.

Since the IPO saw huge demand from investors, an individual investor is likely to get very low or nil allotment.

For buying or selling shares of BSE or any other companies, please click on https://buysellunlistedshares.com/buysell/

The recent market buoyancy has triggered an IPO boom. Companies with good fundamentals are seeing huge oversubscription leaving investors with nil or low allotment. This is very annoying as there is a loss of opportunity to make profit in form of listing gains.

Also investors would be disappointed by nil or low allotment as IPOs are an entry point for many new investors who begin their stock market journey.

To address this situation, investing in stocks at a pre-IPO stage makes sense. The biggest benefit is getting the assured desired quantity. Also there is price benefit. This wealth creating tool was earlier available only to institutions, private equity investors and high networth investors.

But now, retail investors can also take benefit of such multibagger returns from investing in unlisted shares. Many fundamentally good companies will be floating their IPOs soon. For more details and buying pre-IPO shares of all companies about to bring out IPO soon, please call on 08108234400 or place your trade details here https://buysellunlistedshares.com/buysell/

Are you an investor or beggar ? invest in unlisted shares for huge wealth creation

Buy Sell Unlisted sharesThis may sound harsh but its a though provoking question which every investor should ponder.

The recent market buoyancy has triggered an IPO boom. Companies with good fundamentals are seeing huge oversubscription leaving investors with nil or low allotment. This is very annoying as there is a loss of opportunity to make profit in form of listing gains. Also investors would be disappointed by nil or low allotment as IPOs are an entry point for many new investors who begin their stock market journey. Companies with dull fundamentals or highly priced are ignored.

To address this situation, investing in stocks at a pre-IPO stage makes sense. The biggest benefit is getting the assured desired quantity. Also there is price benefit. This wealth creating tool was earlier available only to institutions, private equity investors and high networth investors.

But now, retail investors can also take benefit of such multibagger returns from investing in unlisted shares. Many fundamentally good companies will be floating their IPOs soon. For more details and buying pre-IPO shares of all companies about to bring out IPO soon, please call on 08108234400 or place your trade details here https://buysellunlistedshares.com/buysell/

The recent IPO of BSE Ltd (Bombay Stock Exchange) closed on 25 January 2017 with over subscription of 51 times. We have been dealing in BSE from Rs 300 levels since last 1 year.

Earlier, the IPO of private sector bank RBL Bank which closed on 23 August was oversubscribed 69.62 times. After strong investor demand in IPO, the stock listed at Rs 300 on 31 August 2016 and kept on cruising ahead thereafter and is currently trading near Rs 400 levels. The stock has already become 5-bagger for investors and we have been trading in the stock from just Rs 50 around 3 years back in unlisted market. Since then it has gone up steadily based on improving fundamentals.

There are many such stocks still available with multibagger potential in unlisted market.

Company Name No of times  IPO Listing 
subscribed Price Price
BSE Ltd 51 806 ???950-1000???
RBL Bank 70 225 300
Advanced Enzymes 116 896 1210
Quess Corp 145 317 499
Mahanagar Gas 65 421 540
Ujjivan Fin.Ser 41 210 227
Thyrocare Tech 74 446 662
Equitas Holdings 17 110 144
Narayana Hrudayalaya 9 250 291
Alkem Lab 44 1050 1382
Dr Lal Pathlabs 33 550 717
S H Kelkar & Co 27 180 222

Hidden gems! Quality unlisted stocks can spin money in no time

Sometimes betting on unlisted shares can also give you lucrative returns over time.

For instance, an investment of Rs 10,000 (face value Rs 10) made in the unlisted shares of Lux Industries in 2010 would have become nearly Rs 4,00,000 today.

For buying or selling shares of TMB or any other companies at best rates and quality service, please click here https://buysellunlistedshares.com/buysell/

For more details, please call on 08108234400 or email on buysellunlistedshares@gmail.com

Hosiery maker Lux Industries shares got listed on the National Stock Exchange in December 2015 at Rs 3,342. The company split equity shares of face value of Rs 10 each into five shares in June 2016 with a view to making them more affordable and increase liquidity.

On November 30, Lux Industries shares of Rs 2 face value were quoting at Rs 772.

Similarly, shares of the recently-listed ICICI Prudential Life Insurance are now trading at Rs 305. They were trading at Rs 125 in 2013 before listing.

The figures show the potential to make money in unlisted stocks.

ICICI Lombard, Tata Technologies, Catholic Syrian Bank and Tamilnad Mercantile Bank are among the companies that may list their shares on the bourses in the coming quarters.

Stock exchanges NSE and BSE are also planning to list their shares next year. Unlisted shares of BSE are quoting at Rs 395 with a face value of Re 1, while those of NSE are available at Rs 4,700 with a face value of Rs 10.

– extracted from recent Economic Times article