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4. chitra kamat  May 2, 2017 11:48:34 AM IST Reply

Housing and Urban Development Corporation Ltd IPO

Low risk low return sort of issue. Long term investor should earn CAG around 18 to 20% plus. . Not a very exciting proposition compared with some recent issues which have given bumper listing gains. But then continuation of current market rally should give around 20% listing gains.
3. chitra kamat  Apr 25, 2017 9:10:08 AM IST Reply

S Chand and Company Ltd IPO

The pricing of the IPO is pretty aggressive. This has lot to do with current bullish market. Inspite of it or because of it there is reported to be an attractive grey market premium. While there are no issues with regard to the management or financial fundamentals of the company, the IPO pricing is the scary part. Inspite of marquee investors like Evertone, IFC etc there is a chance of traded price of the share later on may be at or below par of IPO price.Investors need to be cautious. One does not relish losing ones capital for possible listing gain.
3.3. Septa  Apr 25, 2017 10:37:43 AM IST

S Chand and Company Ltd IPO

Actually sheela even Grey market got it wrong. Premium was around 20 however it gave 300 plus on list. PLus had no peers to compare
3.4. Anandk  Apr 25, 2017 11:06:03 AM IST

S Chand and Company Ltd IPO

We are going to have these discussions every-time when company like this come up with highly priced offer price irrespective of the facts that listings of companies like Sheela Foam defied everybody wrong. That''s the beauty of the market!

2. chitra kamat  Mar 20, 2017 10:50:57 AM IST Reply

CL Educate Ltd IPO

The company spends nearly 45-50 million Rupees per annum on finance costs.IPO funds are stated to be used for prepaying debt among other things and should boost the margins. The company has also entered in MOU for sale of capital intensive and low margin business of Indus schools for a consideration of Rs. 83 crores. Company will have liquid funds for acquisitions in to related high margin businesses as well as expanding the business of other existing verticals. Taking this in to account Company should be able serve the enlarged capital. As said earlier it is in to a business where exciting things are happening in a country dominated by a young population and education is big business. They have established brand names in their kitty.
Unfortunately fact remains that historical financial performence just does not support the IPO pricing. IMO may be a good post issue buy at opportune time.
1. chitra kamat  Mar 13, 2017 4:14:17 PM IST Reply

CL Educate Ltd IPO

On the face of it this IPO appears to be a clear avoid inspite of the brand equity enjoyed by verticals like career launcher as the pricing is way too high.
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