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Top 10 IPOs Of 2020 & Upcoming IPOs Of 2021 In India

Wondering what the best IPOs in India are for 2020 & which IPOs to expect in 2021? Read this blog to find out.
December 10, 2020

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An Initial Public Offering or IPO allows a private company to get listed on the stock exchange. So far in 2020, the Indian market has seen 14 mainboard IPOs and a few more IPOs will be launched before the end of December. 


The law prohibits a company from having unlimited private investors. This is where an IPO becomes important. It can help the organization raise capital from several public investors. 


So which of these IPOs have done well in 2020? Are there more IPOs coming in 2021? This blog will answer both questions.


Top 10 IPOs in India in 2020 (By Performance)

 

IPO Name

Offer Price (in ₹)

Listing Price (in ₹)

Current Price (in ₹)*

Computer Age Management Services Ltd.

1230

1420

1467.65

UTI Asset Management Company Ltd.

554

500

552.50

Route Mobile Ltd.

350

1163.90

717

SBI Cards and Payment Services Ltd.

755

661



845.45

Rossari Biotech Ltd.

425

669

838.30

Prince Pipes & Fittings Ltd.

178

160

272.50

DJ Mediaprint & Logistics Ltd.

20

20.60

42

Cospower Engineering Ltd.

56

51

65

Nirmitee Robotics India Ltd.

185

189

336

Angel Broking Ltd.

306

275

363.30


*Note: Facts & figures as of 08-12-2020.


List of Upcoming IPOs in 2021


5 Upcoming Large-cap IPOs of 2021 


1. Bajaj Energy Ltd (5400 Cr)

2. HDB Financial Services Ltd (9000 Cr)

3. Telecommunications Consultants India Ltd (1500 Cr) 

4. SAMHI HOTELS LIMITED (2000 Cr)

5. APEEJAY SURRENDRA PARK HOTELS Ltd (1000 Cr) 


List Of 5 Upcoming Mid Cap IPOs of 2021


1. Chartered Speed Ltd (275 Cr)
2. Studds Accessories Limited (450 Cr)
3. Dodla Dairy Ltd (500 Cr)
4. Stove Kraft Ltd [Pigeon Appliances] (500 Cr)
5. Harsha Engineers Limited (500 Cr)

List Of Top 10 NSE IPOs & BSE IPOs of 2021 To Lookout For


1. National Insurance Company

2. Indian Renewable Energy Development Agency Ltd

3. Indian Railways Finance Corporation Ltd 

4. Barbeque Nation Hospitality Ltd

5. Reliance General Insurance Company Ltd

6. Lodha Developers

7. PNB MetLife Insurance Ltd

8. Muthoot Microfin Ltd

9. JSW Cements

10. Aditya Birla Sun Mutual Fund Ltd


Summary


IPOs carry their own benefits and risks. But there are several unknowns that their nascent stock carries even after being listed on the stock market. 


For starters, it’s an equity investment so the stock performance depends on various factors such as the business model, brand value, etc. Another thing to note is that 100 out of 164 IPOs that have been launched over the past 12 years are trading being their issue price. 


If you are looking for an investment that offers similar benefits to an IPO, you can invest in US stocks such as Facebook, Apple, Amazon, Google, Netflix, etc. 


The Cube Wealth app gives you access to stock advice from award-winning RIA, Rick Holbrook. You can even buy US stocks on your own on the Cube Wealth app with a low minimum investment amount. 


Frequently Asked Question IPOs


1. What is an IPO?


Ans. IPO stands for Initial Public Offering. An IPO allows a private organization to get public investors on board. This can help the organization raise more capital. 


2. Which Is The Best IPO?


Ans. The best IPOs in India by performance as of 08-12-2020 are:

 

  • Computer Age Management Services Ltd.
  • UTI Asset Management Company Ltd.
  • Route Mobile Ltd.
  • SBI Cards and Payment Services Ltd.
  • Rossari Biotech Ltd.
  • Prince Pipes & Fittings Ltd.
  • DJ Mediaprint & Logistics Ltd.
  • Cospower Engineering Ltd.
  • Nirmitee Robotics India Ltd.
  • Angel Broking Ltd.


3. Is IPO a good investment in India?


Ans. An IPO is an equity-based investment. So it has similar benefits and risks to stocks. But there are several uncertainties to an IPO. Thus, weighing the risk and rewards becomes crucial.


4. Which IPOs are coming in 2021?


Ans. Top upcoming IPOs in 2021 as of 08-12-2020 include:


1. National Insurance Company

2. Indian Renewable Energy Development Agency Ltd

3. Indian Railways Finance Corporation Ltd 

4. Barbeque Nation Hospitality Ltd

5. Reliance General Insurance Company Ltd

6. Lodha Developers

7. PNB MetLife Insurance Ltd

8. Muthoot Microfin Ltd

9. JSW Cements

10. Aditya Birla Sun Mutual Fund Ltd


5. Are there investment options better than an IPO?


Ans. IPOs have benefits and risks just like any other investment. However, there are better, more known forms of investment that can give you as much or even more returns than an IPO like:


1. US stocks

2. P2P lending

3. Mutual funds

4. Blue chip stocks


Shriram Shekhar
Shriram is a Content Marketer at Cube Wealth, the Financial Freedom App with a smart Perfect Portfolio Planner. He has developed cutting edge IT products for over 2 years before turning to his passion for the written word. Shriram’s love for philosophy, product development, and empowering people through quality content is what got him to Cube Wealth.

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