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Wednesday, May 4, 2011

Scams in IPOs

Lot of my readers sent me mails regarding their misfortune in Ipos.Offlate lot of scams and unscrupulous mishaps happened in the bourses.While it may be impossible to prevent scams from taking place,you guys need to realize your role in it,by being easy prays.The IPO segment,in particular,has become vulnerable to manipulation of all kinds,and each time sebi clamps down,some new mechanism springs up.The real coup will be if sebi can net the people behind this deal.Even as regulators try their best to shield investors,it’s a futile task if investors allow themselves to be taken for a ride.What can investors do to make life easier for the regulator and tougher for unscrupulous elements?Not trying to make fast buck is one.In the ipo market,listing gains seem to be the only thing that matters,and now,a new trend is emerging of the steep run-up in prices post listings.So there will be a breed of investors out there who enter on the listing day.They hope to profit from gains in the first few days after listing or even on the same day.

Grief awaits such investors.Avoid the lure of easy money.The rules of ipo investing have not changed.Select good ipos and bid for them during the ipo process.Dont worry if you don’t get any shares,perhaps thanks to such operators at work.Disappointment should not lead to buying shares on the first day of listing,irrespective of the price:that’s what the operators are capitalizing on.So set a price level that is acceptable and stay faithful to it.Missing out on an opportunity to make money is a lesser crime than losing to those operators.

I know that some readers reading it would be dejected coz they were the prays of such operators who pocketed big bucks in these scrips to have skotch with pork in a cozy bar.But its your fault dude-So don’t blame markets or the operators rather admit your mistake-If possible try to learn from it and take oath of never repeating it again.

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