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Applying for an IPO? Here are the things that you should keep in mind

Those who invest in an IPO are among the first to buy shares in the company after it goes public and hence there is a price discovery that is yet to happen

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After two successful Initial Public Offerings (IPO) this month by new-age IT firms Happiest Minds Technologies and Route Mobile, three more IPOs — those of CAMS, Chemcon and Angel Broking— have hit the market this week to raise an aggregate Rs 3,100 crore. These IPOs are coming at a time when the markets are flush with liquidity. The grey market premium suggests that all these offerings are slated to see a positive response from the investors. But investing in an IPO is not so easy. You have to compete with hundreds of thousands of investors to get a few shares ...