Had strongly adviced to skip the Issue
Extract from above link
“Don’t get seduced by the Grey Market Premium of @ Rs 40 and the 10% discount to Retail Investors on the Issue Price that will be fixed and by prominent anchor investors involved…. We advice you to give this IPO a Miss”
The IPO Price was fixed at the top end of Rs 170 …..Retail Investors were allotted at Rs 153 after the 10% discount offered to them
The IPO was subscribed 7.39 times with bids received for 4.22 crore shares, compared with 57.20 lakh shares on offer.
The qualified institutional buyers’ (QIBs) category was subscribed 5.69 times, non institutional investors’ category was subscribed 8.64 times and retail individual investors’ (RIIs) category was subscribed 7.79 times.
Given the risks involved I wonder how the grey market Pre IPO premium of Rs 40 was created !?
Surely all the IPO Applicants must have had Stag Intent and to sell on listing !?
Except for Retail Allotees who yet have this 10% gains margin on yesterday’s debut closing price of Rs 170,all the others have no margin
Not confident of the Price moving to Rs 200 and beyond
Perhaps Retail Investors need to consider to book this 10% …the bigger guys can decide for themselves
Update on October 12,2014
The Share Price is now down to Rs 154 levels wiping off the 10% gains margin that Retail Allottees had courtesy of the 10% discount on the IPO price of Rs 1870 given to them
The Company’s Investor Relations Guy had read my above post and connected with me inquiring that if I was right then what explains HDFC Mutual Fund,the Anchor Investor,also buying 250000 Shares in a Bulk Deal on listing Day October 1,2014 at Rs 174.60
This is how the conversation had gone…..
So why are reputed investors like Hdfc buying even as anchor, in qib and on listing day more? Is there Something fundamentally missing that the retail community is not understanding? I think so…
You’re assuming HDFC is wise…maybe…they are convinced and seek a certain exposure …that’s the beauty of Equities…always a Buyer and a Seller…but as of now and at this price I don’t see fundamental value in it…running it up otherwise is of course another play…..we all have our risk profiles…I suppose each to his own counsel…Cheers ! 🙂
Dear Gaurav ji, we manage shemaroos Investor Relations, would love to meet you and understand your concerns and address them and explain you the fundamentals of their business and strategy before you make a judgement on their fundamentals….
Have yet to hear him explain the fundamentals and strategy of Shemaroo to me…and if convinced will showcase them to all of you
Update on October 17,2014
The Young Gentlemen who manages Investor Relations for Shemaroo and who had connected with me recently as above came and met me on the evening of October 14,2014…he was very passionate about Shemaroo and their business potential going forward as with their huge library content they were poised to exploit digital platforms and also purchase rights for second and third cycles of newer movies at cheaper cost
Incidentally HDFC Mutual Fund bought another huge lot of 175000 shares from Ashoka PTE on October 10,2014 @ Rs 152.25 on NSE…earlier they had bought 450000 shares,364788 of them from Morgan Stanley too on day of Listing at @ Rs 177.04 on NSE and also done a Bulk Deal on BSE too same day as stated in the October 12,2014 update above….Both Ashoka PTE and Morgan Stanley Mauritius must be IPO Allotees at Rs 170 as they do not appear in the Prospectus as Shareholders and clearly appear to be Stag Funds with Mandate to sell on Listing or a few days within Listing !….makes me wonder if this was an arrangement and exercise planned pre IPO and actioned during IPO and on Listing between these allottees and HDFC MF