IPO investment is a great way to reap huge profits in short time. But, you need to stick with some basic rules of investing money in IPO stocks. If you are successful in doing so, you can guarantee for big returns.
Initial Public offer (IPO) investing is not as easy as it may appear to a new & unskilled investor. It requires experience, careful scrutinizing & long-term planning to score big gains from newly listed stocks.
Sometimes, you can also get huge first-day gains followed by disappointment in the long run. Those who have foresight to enter & exit IPO stocks made investing look way too easy.
However, no stock investment is a sure thing. But, if you move ahead quite carefully then you are more likely to pick potentially undervalued stock.
You don’t have to pay brokerage perhaps for your stock positions. Here are 17 profitable IPO investment rules to follow for upcoming IPOs:
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(1) Bigger Is Not Necessarily Better
It is one of the most significant & basic rules of investing money in IPO stocks. Several people prefer to invest in an IPO that is backed by some major stock broker (s).
According to a post published in Forbes, placing too much weight on an IPO backer’s size or pedigree may lead to missed opportunities.
Sometimes, boutique brokerage houses may lead the deal. It is perhaps due to their specialized knowledge & experience in a particular field.
Additionally, size of stock broker should not matter when determining the profitability of an IPO as most of the major brokerage houses are often involved at some levels.
Thus, you should focus more on company’s growth potential rather than who is the backer.
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