Our one more hot favorite pre-IPO stock is launching IPO tomorrow. But not before delivering multibagger returns to investors. One more baby is ready to fly high and scale new heights.
ICICI Lombard sold to all our investors at as low as Rs 70 since 2013 has become 10x to Rs 700+ in just around 4 years. That’s the power of investing in unlisted shares. The company’s initial public offer (IPO) will open on September 15 and close on September 19. The price band is Rs 651 to Rs 661 per share.
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. That’s why it makes sense to invest in good companies to get capital appreciation and assured quantity. Applying in IPO is a traditional and loss making concept while Pre IPO investing is a modern and highly profitable approach.
We are selling shares of Sintex Plastics Technology which were demerged from Sintex Industries to unlock value. The stock will be listed in August 2017 (this month). There is no lock-in and shares can be sold on day of listing as well.
Sintex Plastics Technology is a leader in plastic products and comparable companies are Supreme Industries and Nilkamal Industries. Brokerages are expecting the stock to list near Rs 150.
Sintex Plastic Technology This business have infra and plastic segment and two sub-business inside through subsidiaries –
Custom Mouldings – Plastic and composite products moulded and fabricated across market segments such as aerospace & defense, automotive, electrical, mass transit, medical imaging etc.
Building Products – Following are the sub-segment of Building Product: a) Prefab – Sintex makes prefabricated structures like classrooms, toilets, healthcare centres, sheds etc. b) Monolithic – Designs and constructs monolithic buildings in India to address mass and low cost housing requirements. c) Others (Retail) – Sintex manufactures a wide range of consumer focused retail products which include water storage tanks, cold storage facility, environment friendly products, sub-ground structures etc.
Post listing the stock is expected to perform well and ultimately head higher as recent reports indicate that Sintex Industries Ltd, the world’s largest maker of plastic water tanks, is in talks with private equity (PE) funds to sell a minority stake in its newly demerged entity—Sintex Plastics Technology Ltd.
TPG Capital, Blackstone Group LP and Carlyle Group have shown interest in the company and separate discussions are on to sell a minority stake worth $200 million (Rs 1,300 crore).
Avenue Supermarts is planning to raise around Rs 2000 crore through IPO
Avenue Supermarts, which runs the D-Mart store chain is likely to bring its IPO in March. The stock is likely to be priced near Rs 275 per share. Avenue Supermarts, which opened its first D-Mart store in Mumbai in 2002, had 112 stores as of September 2016, covering an area of 3.4 million sq. ft across 41 cities in Maharashtra, Gujarat, Telangana, Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh and the National Capital Region.
Investing in IPOs for listing gains (first day first show) have been a hot theme among investors recently. 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.
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Riding high on buoyancy in secondary markets, 26 companies raised Rs 26,493.8 crore from IPOs in 2016, higher than Rs 13,614 crore raised by 21 companies in 2015.
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