SBI Cards IPO listing – What to do on listing day and further

Disclaimer : This is my view point and can be biased or totally wrong. Please consult your financial adviser before acting on the strategies discussed below. Any losses originating out of same is your sole responsibility. Article assumes reader has basic knowledge of markets/IPO and it’s associated risks.

Read on SBI cards Business Strengths, Oppurtunities, Weakness, Threats in the post SBI CARDS IPO. We will discuss in this post on what could be an investor strategy once its listed on 16th Mar20.

Since Market scenario has turned bad as compared to IPO subscribe days, its better to be prudent in investing. Just pulling back line from old article on subscription strategy, the longer term strategy will remain as such

One can subscribe to SBI cards IPO if one can hold the shares for 3 to 5 years and looking for long term gains

Note taken from earlier post on subscribe or not : SBI CARDS IPO.

Case 1. No Allocation happened in IPO

This could very well turn out to be a blessing in disguise as you have money available to put in stock market. Whereas others are finding it challenging to arrange money to buy stocks available at cheap valuations after a drastic fall, you are spoilt of choices.

Action 1–> Keep some money ready for SBI cards and allocate rest amount to buy other quality stocks in market

Action 2–> If Listing happens at premium of +15-25% IPO price, you need not to do anything. Wait for correction in stock price before initiating your position

Action 3–> If Listing happens at +/- 5% of IPO price, you need not to do anything. Wait for correction in stock price before initiating your position

Action 4–> If Listing happens at -20% of IPO price or share price moves down 20% from IPO price ( approx 600 Rs), you can initiate buying and can put 33% of your money kept aside for SBI Cards. In more likelihood, you will get chance to put more at down levels.

Case 2. You got 1-2 lots allotted in IPO

Action 1–> Sell all allotted shares of SBI cards if listed at 20-25% premium to IPO price and wait for re-entry

Action 2–> If Listing happens at +/- 5% of IPO price, you need not to do anything and wait for further correction before averaging down your price

Action 3–> If Listing happens at -20% of IPO price or share price moves down 20% from IPO price ( approx 600 Rs), you can initiate buying and can put 25% of your money kept aside for SBI Cards. In more likelihood, you will get chance to put more at down levels.

Action 4–> Buy 50% or more of money kept aside if share price moves down 40% from IPO price ( approx 450 Rs).

Case 3. You got 5 or more lots allotted in IPO

Action 1–> Sell all allotted shares of SBI cards if listed at 15-20% premium to IPO price and wait for re-entry.

Action 2–> If Listing happens at +/- 5% of IPO price, you need not to do anything and wait for further correction before averaging down your price.

Action 3–> If Listing happens at -25% of IPO price or share price moves down 25% from IPO price ( approx 530 Rs), you can initiate your further buying and can put 20% of your money kept aside for SBI Cards. In more likelihood, you will get chance to put more at down levels.

Action 4–> Buy 50% or more of money kept aside if share price moves down 50% from IPO price ( approx 375 Rs).

Things to watch out for in coming years to stay invested or move out

Slowing economy may led to lot of defaults. NPA % is sure thing to watch out for

Rich Valuations at IPO time may take longer time to deliver mutlibagger returns and if any quarter results are not as good as expected, these rich valuations may play havoc

Emergence of new player to snatch market share. Keep watch out for AXIS Bank and ICICI Bank market share vs SBI Cards market share

In case you have any questions/ queries, please feel free to reach me through Contact Form

Do spread the word among your peers, family members or anyone who can benefit from this blog and asked them to subscribe. But be selfish and take care of yourself first by subscribing before they do.

Enjoy the day and your life. Don’t forget, we are alone in this grand universe and may not get a chance to live again.

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