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DO NOT Buy IndiGo IPO


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Currently I am writing an article on why you should not invest in an IPO. However its taking longer time than expected.

In view of the upcoming IndiGo’s parent “InterGlobe Aviation” IPO – I had to send this email in a hurry.

Please DO NOT subscribe to this IPO.

DO NOT Buy IndiGo IPO as the company recently paid huge dividends to its owners just before IPO – it is not a good sign.

In any case subscribing to an IPO is a bad investment idea for retail investors. But I am sure many of you must be interested in this IPO as IndiGo is a profit making company.

Remember that DLF was also making huge profits when it came with its IPO – but see how it performed after the IPO. Still languishing.

If you really want to buy IndiGo share its better to wait for the IPO to be over and after couple of months you can take a decision on whether to buy or not from the open market. By that time you will get an idea of how the stock is performing, but please do not buy shares in its IPO.

Couple of months is also a very small time frame – but still its better than investing in IPO.

Let market decide the correct price in a few months after the IPO then buy/don’t buy IndiGo’s shares – but for now just DO NOT subscribe to its IPO.

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  • VIJAY PAREKH

    Dear Dilip Sir,

    Appreciating thankfully your views about Indigo IPO.

    Yes, So far my experience is concerned and my observation in the IPO I must say 99% IPOs are fully subscribed and sell under grey market priorly substantially at higher premium before listings are available in the market at higher value than its offer.

    Surprisingly after a month or fortnight it drastically touches its offer price. Subsequently a month later its available at discount. After 1 year it trades not less than 25/45% of its offer price of IPO. After a year or so investors feel cheated. For me premium at the time of offer is haphazardly asked and it has no link with company’s performances. It is only the company taking advantage of boom in the market.
    Who are the culprits?
    After capital controller board removed this happening regularly common investors are the pray of this system.
    Thanks/ Warm Regards
    VIJAY PAREKH

    • Very well summed up Vijay. Thanks for the comments. Also to add people forget that once they pay their money – the company is least bothered about them. They are only bothered what major shareholders want – so people like me and you who hold 15-20 shares are not shareholders but traders for the company and we do not exist for them. If we are lucky we sell at a profit else at a loss. 99% of the time retail shareholders of IPOs sell at a loss. So IPOs are better avoided at least for retail traders.
      Thanks.

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