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7. chitra kamat  Jun 21, 2017 11:03:21 AM IST Reply

GTPL Hathway Limited IPO

Operating in a overcrowded market. Difficult for company to sustain even the current operating margins. Only plus is debt being fully wiped out through IPO proceeds. Even this will not help in top line going forward.
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6. chitra kamat  Jun 19, 2017 7:07:33 AM IST Reply

Eris Lifesciences Limited IPO

very now and then this discussion on FV and MV crops up. What matters is EPS and Book value per share. Share splits normally result in reduction in FV. The market value then adjuts itself based on new EPS as number of shares have gone up and not because FV has reduced. Therefore FV of share has got little to do with valuation. In case of Eris there is only OFS and no fresh issue. Therefore EPS will not be impacted by dilution. If the company is successful in maintaining top line and bottom line growth of past , then,asking price is justified. Just like investors look for a bargain, the seller also looks for the best price. Problem comes when financials are mediocre and a high price is demanded.
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5. chitra kamat  Jun 17, 2017 6:40:30 AM IST Reply

Tejas Networks Limited IPO

Is there any Government guideline which says you must apply to every IPO ? Or is there a compulsion that if X applies then I too must apply? This is childish and not a mature response. What is good for the goose may not be good for the gander ! If you are applying for listing gain in every IPO ,then be prepared for listing losses too in some of them! Ultimately it should balance out ! Don''t worry be happy!
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5.3. Maniac  Jun 17, 2017 9:45:15 AM IST

Tejas Networks Limited IPO

@ . KRB
I understand just how jealous you are of a certain people on here. But then when you type your tirades, you type the same old crap, over and over again that you typed with ROZ MARLO ID and now it''s getting kind of boring.
Come up with newer shit, being in some novelty.
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5.4. Maniac  Jun 17, 2017 9:54:37 AM IST

Tejas Networks Limited IPO

@ KRB
Also by reprising lines of Warren Buffet (ideology) or a few senior forum members or arguing that others know nothing about the marlets doesn''t make you any more knowledgeable than you actually are.
Parrot job <------ That''s not gonna help fetch you no praises. Trust me.
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4. chitra kamat  Jun 16, 2017 2:22:10 PM IST Reply

Eris Lifesciences Limited IPO

Here is detailed link to data including PE of listed Indian pharma companies Vs PE demanded by Eris at upper price band.http://www.moneycontrol.com/stocks/data-bank/standalone/pharmaceuticals/1/mkt-data/pe-ratio
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3. chitra kamat  Jun 12, 2017 10:47:14 AM IST Reply

Tejas Networks Limited IPO

IMO this is a risky bet on account of several factors which includes rather rich asking price. For RII keen on investing in this sector, it may be advisable for shares to list and then take a call.
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2. 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.
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1. 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.
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8.3. 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
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8.4. 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!

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