Should we buy the initial supply of Bu Ali or not?

Simply put, a company first formally enters the capital market through an initial public offering; In other words, in the initial public offering, a company’s stock can be bought by the public for the first time on the stock exchange. To participate in the stock market, a company must submit the necessary documents to the organization and go through the admission process in order to obtain a license to participate in this market. The initial public offering on the Tehran Stock Exchange has flourished in recent years. The reason for this is the share price growth in the first days of offering and achieving painless profit for buyers; Because many Initial release They have been profitable for investors. With the advancement of technology, trading in the stock market has become easier day by day and people with lower level of knowledge can trade more easily. Of course, it is not without merit to mention that before entering the stock market, it is necessary to acquire sufficient information and knowledge and use it with useful experience. Availability They are usually performed several times a year. For example, in the first 8 months of 2009, 14 initial public offerings were made.

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The initial release of Bouali will take place on Wednesday, December 3rd

Maximum quota per person: 200 shares

Price range: 39360 to 41430 Rials

Maximum required liquidity: 8,286,000 Rials time

Order registration: Wednesday 1399/09/12

Release time: Wednesday, September 12, 1399 Barosh Book Building

To buy this initial public offering, you must first become a member of the brokerage.

If you are a member of another brokerage, we suggest you change your brokerage to Agah and benefit from the services of Agah Customer Club.

Here’s a few basic facts about a stomp pad and how it is used.

Step # 1- Discovering Your Purchases

Initial publicity announcements are usually made available through the organization’s website or over-the-counter. The points that you need to pay attention to in this announcement are the maximum order volume, price range and initial release date.

Step 2: Check your online account balance

Knowing the requested volume and the announced price range, you can calculate the approximate amount needed to buy the initial public offering online and top up your account accordingly. Multiply the desired volume by the requested price ceiling. Of course, this amount does not include commissions, and for a more accurate calculation, it is necessary to use a stock calculator. It is better not to postpone the inventory increase to the initial supply date and do it in the previous days; Because of the high competition of participants, there is a possibility of online congestion and wasting time to top up the account. Some shareholders, by selling other shares by increasing inventory on the same day of the initial public offering, intend to provide the required inventory, which it is better not to do.

Step 3: Register the order

Depending on the features of the trading system, order registration is different. In some trading systems, there is an option to buy the initial public offering online, by clicking on which you can record the desired volume, the desired price. In other trading systems, you need to use the search option and type the symbol of the company you want to buy the initial public offering online, and like other stock trades, enter the price and volume and make a final registration. After sending the order, you should see the message that the order was sent successfully. You can check the order list to make sure the order is sent. By closing the online page, your order will remain and there will be no problem for it.

Factors affecting the growth of stock prices after the initial public offering

Many factors such as the behavior of the offered shares, the behavior of the major shareholder and the general market atmosphere affect the growth of the stock price of the company that was first listed on the stock market, which we will describe in the following.

  • Number of shares offered

The fewer offers, the fewer sellers there will usually be

  • Major shareholder behavior

If the major shareholder does not offer another stock after the initial public offering, the stock will usually grow further.

When the general market atmosphere is positive and everyone is optimistic, few people are willing to sell.

  • News and rumors about the share

Sometimes negative or positive news and rumors are formed about the offered shares and people make decisions based on these rumors and news.

The decision to sell shares is up to you. You even have the option to sell your stock the day after the initial public offering, but as a general recommendation, it is best to keep your stock as long as there is a buy queue in the stock.

You can even buy from this share in the days after the offer because the purchase limit only exists on the day of the initial public offering and then the restriction is lifted.

In general, the initial public offering on the Tehran Stock Exchange is often done with a lot of margins. Usually, the shares that are recently offered on the stock exchange are considered for a while, but after a while, the attention to them decreases.

Note that due to the high demand for initial public offerings, a small quota will usually reach the participating individuals; However, buying stocks in the initial public offering is a safe way to experience the first investment in the stock market, because most of the time it will bring some profit to investors.

* In the initial public offering with Book Building, a time period, minimum and maximum marketable price and quotas for each transaction code are considered.

Based on this information, which will be announced by the market observer on the day of supply, you must send your order at the specified time.

Stocks are allotted by traders to transaction codes, and usually in the event of high demand, everyone benefits equally from the supply.

Everything you need to know before buying an initial public offering

Before the announcement of the new initial public offering, an advertisement will be published in the stock market regarding the price of the ceiling and the floor. And only on a certain day the initial release is released.

Investors pay about 0.5% of the total amount they pay to buy the first stock.

Investors can see the official announcement of the initial public offering through the system.

After increasing the credit of the portfolio and registering the order based on the purchase of the initial public offering, the brokerages collect the orders after the end of the trading hours and include the initial public offering in the portfolio of the applicants.

And it is the stock market that determines the amount of the quota assigned to each real or legal code.

Demand for the initial public offering was very high, as initial public offerings were at least 15% profit in 3 days, but buyers’ thirst for initial public offering stocks usually subsides within a week.

As you know, the initial public offering is the stock of a company that is listed on the stock market for the first time, so it has a special symbol. For example, the initial public offering of Gilan pasteurized milk was done with the symbol of Ghogila.

It is possible to sell the initial public offering shares usually on the trading day after the purchase, and the mutual funds and stock exchange advisors check the value of the initial public offering.

Other tips for buying the initial release online

The method stated was to purchase the initial public offering online by placing an order. Of course, there are other methods. In some trading systems, you only need to have enough stock in your account for the initial public offering to make an automatic purchase; Therefore, it is not necessary to go through the above steps and register the order. You will also be able to ask the broker to buy the initial offer for you by registering an offline order. You can do this in the days before the initial public offering by registering in the trading system.