Yes, Frankly speaking, investing in IPOs is not very profitable sometimes . IPOs are the products of the bull market. They get public only when everything is good like people are optimistic, the economy is doing wonderful etc -in order to get good listing profits. The real test of a company is during the bear market (how they survive the bad economy and falling market)- which IPOs has not faced yet.
Nevertheless, few IPOs has given amazing returns to its shareholders in the past for long consistent years. If you are able to find such IPOs which are very promising (good business model, strong financials, efficient management and leader, decent valuation etc), then feel free to invest in them. However, in general, most IPOs are not worth investing.
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