A triune confluence of economic, political and market positive sentiment
The economic, political, and market sentiment in Indian stock markets remained positive amidst the Kovid epidemic, global challenges. With an increase of Rs 78 lakh crore, 2021 has passed away. At the same time, the primary market has also given investors an open heart.
Of the 63 IPOs listed during the year, 14 had doubled (50-100 per cent) in 15 days of the IPO listing process, i.e. on the day of listing. 4 IPOs listed at double the premium.
At the end of the year, 44 IPOs yielded positive returns ranging from 10 per cent to 400 per cent, while 19 IPOs attracted investors. The IPO index at BSE closed at 12,253.77, up 55.70 per cent year-on-year. After the coveted secondary market boom, positive investor sentiment towards IPOs, as well as listing gains, a record 63 companies raised Rs 1,18,722 crore from the IPO holding market in 2021.
2022: 1 IPO of Rs 1 lakh crore in the queue
at the market regulator SEBI file Rs. Draft prospectus of 37 IPOs worth Rs 45,000 crore is likely to be approved soon. In addition, Rs. Drafts of 38 IPOs worth Rs 52986.21 crore are awaiting SEBI action. With this, 75 IPOs worth over Rs 1 lakh crore are in the queue. On the other hand, more than 30 approved IPOs plan to raise funds through public offerings in the first six months of 2022.
coming year will be exciting for the IPO market with the arrival of IPOs of well-known companies with fundamentally strong as well as not only brands but also valuations . Investors should invest based on their valuation, not brand. Instead of investing in the gray market, investing with analysis will make a lot of money> Jaydev Singh Chudasama, Investor Point