IPOs have become highly popular in recent times. In 2021, more than 40 firms have introduced their IPOs 2021. These firms have raised more than 700 billion INR. More IPO stocks are to be introduced in the coming year.
In case the same momentum continues in the next year, here are a few IPOs that you can look forward to.
Stripe is a San Francisco-based payment processing company that raised $600 million in its recent funding round in 2021. This pegged its valuation at $95 billion for Stripe IPO. It can make Stripe one of the largest IPOs in history due to the increasing demand for eCommerce that went dormant during the pandemic.
When it goes public, it can have a worth of $100 billion or more.
InstaCart’s springtime fundraising has secured online grocery-delivery business at $39 billion. Some experts even believe that InstaCart can be worth $50 billion. The company has benefited from the people of the US staying at home, more than they had expected.
InstaCard can be one of the largest IPO stock to be launched next year.
Discord is an online chat startup that has an acquisition worth $10 billion. In September 2021, the organization raised $600 million in funding. This offers a $17 billion valuation. It might not have announced anything about going public but its latest funding has given it a lot of cash. So, it can look into the markets in early 2022.
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How to Invest in IPO?
The reason to raise funds through an IPO depends on the company’s objectives.
To invest in an IPO stock, you need to have the following.
- Trading account
- Demat account
- A complete financial profile
Now, you have to log into the broker’s trading account and go over to the ongoing IPO section. Choose the investor type and IPO. Next, you have to choose the number of shares along with the bid price along with the payment details.
Note: Please do not invest money or assets in the financial markets that you cannot afford to lose. This article should not be construed to be investment advice and is for information purposes only.